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UF/IFAS Extension
Clay County

UF/IFAS Extension Clay County provides research-based information and educational programs to improve the quality of life of our residents. This information and these programs are in the areas of family life, youth development, natural resources, horticulture, and agriculture.

(904) 284-6355
2463 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043


Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm

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2021 UF/IFAS Extension Clay County Master Gardener Plant Sale
The UF/IFAS Extension Clay County Master Gardeners host their annual plant sale Saturday August 7, 2021 from 7:30 am to noon outside at the Extension Office 2463 SR-16 West in Green Cove Springs (next to the Fairgrounds).  Free parking and cash/ credit cards are accepted


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Clay County 4-H COVID-19 Updates
UPDATED: August 19, 2020 - 9:00 A.M


The Rural Telehealth Initiative: Lowering Barriers to Health Care
For me, a visit to the doctor can be an inconvenience. Between fighting traffic, finding a parking spot, checking in and doing time in the waiting room, I usually have to carve out an hour or more of my day, all for about 15 minutes of quality time with the doctor


The Buzz on Honey Bee Swarms
The warm Florida spring is well upon us and honey bee colonies have certainly taken notice. The UF/IFAS Clay County Extension Office has received numerous calls concerning honey bees forming dense masses of bees


Crabgrass in St. Augustinegrass Lawns
One of the most common summer weeds we see in lawns in Florida is crabgrass.  This grass really stands out with its spreading habit away from a center point, growing over the lawn, and is often hairy


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    St. Augustinegrass Seed? Can’t buy that.
    Turfgrass can be tricky in Florida and at times, you may find some thin spots in your yard that you would like to improve.  Originally coming from the Northeast, I remember throwing out some Tall Fescue or Kentucky Bluegrass seed to accomplish this but, being Florida, it's not that simple here


    Keeping Your Live Oaks Alive
    Throughout Clay County, the stately Live Oak (Quercus virginiana) is adored as a shade and ornamental tree.  The large trunks, sometimes up to six feet in diameter, carry limbs that droop under their own weight over time and often covered with strands of Spanish moss