Tomato Disease Observations in North Florida this Spring

Tomato Disease Observations in North Florida this Spring

Mathews Paret, Fanny Iriarte, Susannah Da Silva, Steve Olson, and Steve Hoak, UF/IFAS NFREC – Quincy Researchers at the University of Florida’s North Florida Research and Education Center, Quincy have been surveying North Florida tomato production the last...
Sales Tax Relief for Farmers Impacted by Hurricane Michael

Sales Tax Relief for Farmers Impacted by Hurricane Michael

During the Legislative Session, Florida Farm Bureau worked with Senator George Gainer and the other members of the Panhandle delegation to secure tax relief for farmers who were impacted by Hurricane Michael. There are several items that may be helpful to you, but the...
Tomato Varieties for the 2019 Fall Growing Season

Tomato Varieties for the 2019 Fall Growing Season

Josh Freeman, UF/IFAS Horticultural Specialist Though we haven’t started picking the spring 2019 crop, it is already time to start thinking about the fall crop, because soon it will be time to order seed. Based on current information, whitefly numbers are generally...
Harvesting Bahiagrass Sod for Extra Ranch Income

Harvesting Bahiagrass Sod for Extra Ranch Income

Bahiagrass is the most common warm season perennial forage grass in the Florida Panhandle. While its most common use is grazing, there are other ways producers can generate revenue from bahiagrass fields. The most common alternative to grazing is hay production....