AskIFAS Powered by EDIS

about page banner

Tropical and Subtropical Fruits

Narrower Topics


La historia del cultivo del aguacate en Florida data de muchas décadas. Es uno de los cultivos de árboles más importante de los condados de Miami-Dade y Collier. Generalmente los propietarios tienen uno o dos árboles, dependiendo del tamaño de su terreno residencial. Aunque los árboles de aguacate no requieren mucho mantenimiento, existen ciertas prácticas agrícolas a seguir para lograr la mejor cosecha. 





Publicaciones relacionadas en el blog de IFAS

South Florida leaders will honor Miami-Dade County Farmers Month at UF/IFAS Tropical Research and Education Center, Nov. 4

Lourdes MederosOctober 4th, 2023On November 4, District 8 Miami-Dade County Commissioner Danielle Cohen-Higgins will kick off Miami-Dade Farmers Month at the 9th annual One Night in the Tropics.  As title sponsor, she will join other South Florida leaders and the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences at this premier philanthropic event to pay homage to […]

Recap: Summer SWFL Small Farmer Network Meeting on Pine Island

Jessica M. RyalsSeptember 11th, 2023On July 19, 2023 the Southwest Small Farmer Network held the summer meeting at FruitScapes, LLC on Pine Island in Lee County, FL. The focus of the meeting was to highlight the resiliency of producers on Pine Island which was devastated by Hurricane Ian, connect producers with each other, and share UF/IFAS Extension and Florida […]

2023 JAMAS! Class – Learn about the Amazing Avocado

Jessica M. RyalsAugust 30th, 2023Holy guacamole! Avocados are coming into harvest this time of the year in SWFL and there are many opportunities to try the delicious Florida avocado around town.  Avocados, Persea americana Miller, are indigenous to Mexico, Central American and parts of South America and are grown in tropical and subtropical areas of the world. Many consumers […]

Idiomas disponibles:



Temas más amplios