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Striking Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly in Florida Relies on Sound Pasture Management Decisions

Jonael BosquesMay 2nd, 2023Pollinators are of extreme importance to our Florida Flatwoods ecosystem. They are responsible for transferring genes of plants from one flower to another increasing fruit set in wild and domesticated species. By doing so, these organisms help plants adapt to changes in the environment, combat diseases, and increase hardiness in a natural way. Butterflies are one […]

Bahia Grass Yellowing

Grantly RickettsJune 29th, 2020Recently, there is an increase in the number of calls to our UF/IFAS Extension office. The clients are concerns about the yellowing of their Bahiagrass. Bahia is known to be one of the hardiest turfgrasses available to us in Central Florida. Bahia can bounce back quickly when affected by insects, pests and extreme drought conditions. […]

Negative Effects of Overwatering Plants

Grantly RickettsJune 24th, 2020Central Florida experiences most of its annual rain between June 1st and September 30th. Water is a very important component for good plant health but for most people it is very difficult to find a balance. Too little water is bad, likewise too much water. I recommend that plants should only be irrigated in early […]

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