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Grama Bermuda (Bermudagrass)

La Bermuda es un tipo de grama o césped. Se le puede identificar por su nombre en inglés Bermudagrass, comúnmente utlizado en español. 

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Centipedegrass for Florida Lawns

LH009/ENH8 by J. B. Unruh, A. J. Lindsey, and M. SchiavonMarch 5, 2024Centipedegrass is a commonly grown, low input turfgrass used in landscapes throughout the state of Florida. This factsheet provide science based information on the culture and management of centipedegrass including mowing, irrigation, pest control, and cultural practices.

Synthetic Turfgrass and the Nine Principles of Florida-Friendly Landscaping™

EP612/ENH1348by Jason Kruse, Bryan Unruh, Jennifer Marvin, Tom Wichman, Lynn Barber, Norma Samuel, John Bossart, Claire Lewis, and Esen MomolDecember 7, 2021Synthetic turf is a manufactured product that utilizes synthetic fibers that mimic the aesthetic look of natural grass. While designed to imitate the look of natural turf, synthetic turf does not provide the ecosystem benefits of a natural turf system. This publication examines the properties of synthetic turf in relation to each of FFL’s nine principles. A new publication of the UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Department; 4 pages.

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Susan HaddockFebruary 8th, 2024I frequently get questions asking, “Why is this turfgrass turning brown?” The quick answer is that it depends, although that alone is not helpful. There are two reasons why turfgrass begins to yellow or get chlorotic, and in some cases continues to a straw or brown appearance. Reason One The first reason is due to […]

3/21/24 GI-BMP in Orange County + Sun Spot Safety Lunch with Swag!

Hannah WootenFebruary 8th, 2024That is right! Fertilizer is regulated in Florida and in Orange County and beyond! You are required to learn about it and follow the rules. We want to keep things interesting and beneficial for you, the landscape professionals. This year, UF/IFAS Extension Orange County is partnering with the Sun Spot Safety program to offer a […]

Bugs and Kisses: Spreading Love for Beneficials in the Landscape

Bonnie WellsFebruary 6th, 2024‘Tis the season of love, and amidst the heart hoopla, I am spreading my enduring affection for one of my favorite group of organisms: Bugs! But, before you cringe at the thought of all bugs as being pests, ravaging  your roses or zesting your Zoysiagrass, allow me to let you in on a little, lesser […]

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