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Earlier this year, 10 homeowners across 10 Florida counties were chosen to have either their front yard or their back yard “flipped” into a Florida-Friendly paradise.   more
As prices continue to increase, people will have to pay more for everything, including storm supplies. UF/IFAS Extension experts suggest taking advantage of the state’s tax holiday for hurricane supplies. more
Scientists at the University of Florida are the first to grow plants in soil from the Moon. They used soil collected during the Apollo 11, 12, and 17 missions. more
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
Termites are swarming in South Florida. That’s what University of Florida scientists have been observing since the last week of February. more
The West Nile virus circulates among wild birds, transmitted by Culex mosquitoes, which transmit West Nile virus and other viruses in the southern United States. more
There is a team of University of Florida scientists ready to take on your palm tree woes with a Palm Short Course presented by a team of experts. more
University of Florida researchers surveyed 27,000 former community-college students and found six out of 10 Florida community college students drop out before they finish - even with good grades and only a few credits shy of graduation. 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
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