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A Faster Way to Get Rid of Kudzu

Aug 03, 16 A Faster Way to Get Rid of Kudzu

Posted by in Land Care

By Sandra Avant According to a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, the use of combined management programs can control kudzu more quickly than individual methods in use today. An invasive weed, kudzu was introduced to the United States in the late 1800s. It disrupts native ecosystems, threatens natural resources, and...

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MEET THE PIONEER “COW HUNTERS” Talk by author – palmdale store, sat. aug. 6 – 2 p.m Dr. nancy dale

Aug 03, 16 MEET THE PIONEER “COW HUNTERS” Talk by author – palmdale store, sat. aug. 6  – 2 p.m Dr. nancy dale

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Talk by author – palmdale store, sat. aug. 6  – 2 p.m Dr. Nancy Dale Meet some of the true palmdale and florida pioneer “cow hunters.”  Who are they and what was it like in the wild florida days?  Talk to those who were part of “old florida” and the 200 year cultural heritage.  

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September is the month to really start looking for Redfish.

Aug 03, 16 September is the month to really start looking for Redfish.

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By: Capt. Jason Prieto – 813-727-9890 It can sometimes be shadowed as Snook season opens but Snook fishing typically slows down as they are on the backside of the spawn. It gives you all the more reason to find those big schools of Redfish. There are a number of ways when targeting Redfish and one of our big obstacles is...

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Finding Dory: UF/IFAS researchers find first-ever method to farm Pacific Blue Tang

By: Beverly James, 352-273-3566, beverlymjames@ufl.edu GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Finally, it may be possible for regular folks to find their own Dory, as researchers with the University of Florida Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory have successfully raised the Pacific Blue Tang in captivity. This is the first time that researchers have...

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