With the recent weather changes, stay updated on how to maintain your lawn with advice from UF/IFAS experts, and Farm and Garden business owner Bill Doty. With the weather changing so much in the last month, it’s important to know the proper way to treat your lawn, whether it is wet or dry outside.
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CENTRAL FLORIDA CORN is in season. That’s great news for folks who make toothpicks.
Don’t let boredom attack this convention season, fight back using our list of top fun things to do around your ag convention area! Spring has sprung and summer is quickly approaching! With that being said, the busiest time for Florida organizations is coming up . . . ag convention season.
Arbor Day is a holiday typically celebrated by planting trees either at home or in your community. Check out our short list of ways to honor National Arbor Day! National Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday of April every year, but states recognize Arbor Day depending on the best time to plant trees
Take a drive through Florida exploring our unique aquaculture and seafood industry without ever even leaving the classroom. Once a year Florida Agriculture in the Classroom hosts an all day event entitled Ag Literacy Day. A representative of Florida Agriculture can register with an elementary school and read to as many classrooms as he or
Central Florida Ag News would like to see what you are doing on your stops along the Farm Tour. The annual Central Florida Farm Tour will be held on April 22 from 8a.m. to 1p.m. This is a time for you to see a side of agriculture that you usually wouldn’t get to see and
The day known as National Ag Day comes only once a year, but there are things you can do in the near future and all year ‘round to show your appreciation for America’s farmers. You may (or may not) know that March 21 marks the celebration of National Ag Day! While this day only comes
Encouragement and cautions for Central Florida homeowners on starting your very own backyard chicken coop According to a UF/IFAS Pinellaas County Extension blog, “One of the latest trends in gardening is raising backyard chickens. Many people appreciate having fresh, locally grown eggs, and gardeners like chickens because they can help manage insect pests and aerate
The Bartow Tractor Supply Company (TSC) store was recently recognized for winning the “Class Champion” award for meeting the company’s goals during the 4-H/TSC Spring 2014 Paper Clover Promotion. Store employees at the Bartow TSC store had at least 20% of all transactions include a 4-H Paper Clover purchase and raised over $300 for 4-H.
Seventeen-year-old Meg Jessee wants to be a veterinarian, so it’s no surprise she likes to take pictures of animals. One of her favorite subjects is pigs, or more specifically, her pig.