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Feral Swine Workshop – February 27th, 2018

Calling all landowners, producers, and hunters or trappers of wild hogs! Come enjoy a free Feral Swine Workshop followed by a free lunch. See further details in the description below.

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It’s Fall… Now what Do I Do with my Lawn?

With the passing of September the end is in sight, well at least the end of summer, and hopefully summer-like weather. The hot humid days of August gave way to the hot humid days of September,now October, and the Florida Panhandle is finally experiencing cooler temperatures. At least temporarily. Days have shortened noticeably and the plants have noticed. Foliage growth has slowed and seed production is in overdrive. As the season

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Summer Irrigation Tips

July’s hot summer weather has given way to August’s 31 days of what will likely be temperatures and humidity equally elevated and intense. Wishes for November’s cooler thermometer reading are already creeping into daily conversations. The lawns and gardens in Wakulla County have rains as a mitigating factor to counteract the wilting potential of normal to excessive temperature readings. Unfortunately the arrival of water from above is not

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