Fertilization Management of Cool-Season Forages

Fertilization Management of Cool-Season Forages

Cheryl Mackowiak, UF/IFAS Soil Scientist, Ann Blount, UF/IFAS Forage Breeder, Marcelo Wallau, UF/IFAS State Forage Specialist Now is the time to begin planting your cool-season annuals. How you manage the soil fertility depends upon the soil type and fertility, which...
Reducing Farm Food Safety Risks

Reducing Farm Food Safety Risks

Fall is here so is harvest season! For our fresh produce that is harvested and packed by hand, food safety practices play a major role in protecting consumers. Some growers may be subject to the United States Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization...
Plan Your Visit to the Sunbelt Ag Expo – October 19-21

Plan Your Visit to the Sunbelt Ag Expo – October 19-21

There is so much to see and experience at the Sunbelt Ag Expo.  You can see equipment operated in the field, talk with thousands of industry experts about innovative new products and services, visit numerous exhibit barns, and attend a wide range of educational...
Friday Feature:  the Forgotten Storm

Friday Feature: the Forgotten Storm

Three years ago this week, on October 10, 2018, Calhoun County, Florida received a direct hit from Category 5 Hurricane Michael.  This was one of the most powerful storms to make landfall in US history.  All of Calhoun County experienced severe damage, but its vast...
Friday Feature:  Kudzu Control

Friday Feature: Kudzu Control

This week’s featured video was published by Clemson Extension to provide information on identifying and controlling Kudzu vines. Kudzu is an aggressive leguminous vine capable of growing 1 foot per day. It can easily grow 60 feet in a single growing season. It...