Environmental Landscape Management series
This series is intended to assist Florida homeowners with managing their landscapes to reduce environmental impacts. This is a joint publication of multiple departments and programs in UF/IFAS, including the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program, the Department of Soil and Water Science, the Environmental Horticulture Department, and the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology. These fact sheets were produced with support from the Florida Turfgrass Association through a Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Specialty Crops Block Grant.
- Conducting a Blue Dye Demonstration to Teach Irrigation and Nutrient Management Principles in a Residential Landscape
- Managing Landscape Irrigation to Avoid Soil and Nutrient Losses
- Maximizing the Benefits of Reclaimed Water for Irrigating the Landscape and Protecting the Environment
- The Role of Soil Management in Minimizing Water and Nutrient Losses from the Urban Landscape