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Grazing Cover Crops Increases Peanut Yield and Mitigates Nitrate Leaching

Grazing Cover Crops Increases Peanut Yield and Mitigates Nitrate Leaching

Jose Dubeux, Erick Santos, Luana D. Queiroz, Igor L. Bretas, UF/IFAS NFREC Marianna A common practice used in Florida is planting cool-season grasses during the off-season of summer annual crops (e.g., cotton and peanut) to protect soil from erosion. Many of the...

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Plant Mixed Warm-Season Wildlife Plots to Maximize Your Property’s Potential

Plant Mixed Warm-Season Wildlife Plots to Maximize Your Property’s Potential

Many Panhandle hunters and wildlife enthusiasts put a good bit of time, money, and sweat into growing cool-season food plots to feed and attract deer.  I count myself among you.  However, if you want to maximize your property’s wildlife and environmental benefits,...

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Great Florida Cattle Drive 2022 will Celebrate 500 Years of Cattle in Florida – December 4-10

Great Florida Cattle Drive 2022 will Celebrate 500 Years of Cattle in Florida – December 4-10

  Source:  Florida Cow Culture Preservation Committee The Great Florida Cattle Drive 2022 will be held December 4 - 10th, with 500 participants helping take 1,000 head of cattle through some of the last "Old Florida" style lands.  To celebrate the previous drives...

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