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Take a UF/IFAS class and learn to build a bat house, make the most of your rental (and rental assistance), raise chickens in your backyard and more! more
Bees’ main goal in life is to collect pollen and nectar to feed their young. But as bees forage, they are exposed to bacteria, fungi, and viruses, which can spread among bees via flowers. more
For the green thumbs and garden-dreamers alike, every month we'll highlight a UF / IFAS feature plant that deserves a spotlight in Florida-friendly gardening. more
The experience of smoking a CBD joint is quite different than smoking a cigarette. The techniques differ and it can take some practice before you get a hang of it. more
Looking for something a little different for your Florida garden? Our Plant of the Month series gives you everything you need to know about Roselle in November. more
Focus on Gardening: What to plant in September From Madeline Iyer, University of Florida (UF), Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences The Gardening Calendars on the UF/IFAS Solutions for … more
In Apopka, the average day length is 14 hours. In Key Largo, it's 13.5 hours. How does this impact hemp production? A new UF/IFAS research explains From the University of Florida, Institute of … more
Focus on Gardening: Plant of the Month From Madeline Iyer, University of Florida (UF), Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences Thryallis is a Florida-Friendly splash of color that we love to … more
By Sarilaya Cada There are a variety of ways to make your drinks look more presentable when you have guests over, and using edible flowers as garnish and décor happens to be one of the easiest and … more
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