Many home gardeners are interested in growing citrus in their landscapes. In recent years, questions concerning selecting, growing and caring for citrus trees has increased as more people have moved to Northwest Florida.
If you are interested in learning about how to grow citrus in Florida’s Panhandle, plan to attend the Citrus 101 seminar. This seminar is brought to you by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension Office in Okaloosa
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Florida farmers produce more tomatoes than any other state. Yet Florida home gardeners find it difficult to grow tomatoes. By changing a few basic practices, home gardeners can increase their chances of success.
My philosophy of growing tomatoes in Florida (mixed with science) is outlined below.
First, I choose mostly determinate varieties that have resistance to key diseases.
Most home gardeners are accustomed to growing indeterminate varieties. Farmers
Coming out of a cold, wet winter may result in many homeowners being dissatisfied with their lawns this spring. Before you make costly mistakes in your lawn this spring, consider attending a plant clinic and/or lawn seminar to get sound lawn care advice.
The first plant clinic of 2010 will be held Wednesday, March 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Fort Walton Beach at the Okaloosa County Extension Service building, 127 W. Hollywood Blvd.
The plant clinic can assist you
If you’ve experienced difficulties in growing tomatoes in Florida, you’re not alone. If you plan to grow tomatoes this year, you may want to attend one of two seminars titled How to Grow Tomatoes in Florida offered by the University of Florida Extension Service.
This year we are offering two seminars: one in Okaloosa County and one in Santa Rosa County. Both will be held on March 23rd. The first seminar will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the Okaloosa County Extension