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2022–2023 Florida Citrus Production Guide: Planting New Citrus Groves in Florida in the Era of Citrus Greening

CG099/CG099 by Ariel Singerman, Marina Burani-Arouca, and Stephen H. FutchAugust 16th, 20222022–2023 Florida Citrus Production Guide

Chapter 11—Planting and Establishing Trees

EP314/ENH1061 by Edward F. Gilman and Laura P. PatersonFebruary 21st, 2017

Landscape Design: Drawing a Planting Plan

EP456/ENH1195 by Gail HansenApril 10th, 2018

Planting Shrubs in Florida Landscapes

EP390/ENH1129 by Edward F. Gilman, Amy L. Shober, Kimberly A. Moore, Christine Wiese, Maria Paz, and S. Michele ScheiberJune 5th, 2018

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