Indian River County Environmental Horticulture
The goal of the Environmental Horticulture program is to enrich lives through proper selection and maintenance of plant material while preserving and enhancing Florida's unique natural environment. Educating and assisting Indian River County residents and industry professionals are key aspects of the program.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteer Master Gardeners assist the Environmental Horticulture Agent in answering homeowners' lawn and garden questions, help with community and school gardens and horticultural presentaions and demonstrations. For more information, see the Master Gardener page for Indian River County or contact Nickie Munroe, Environmental Horticulture Agent at email@example.com
Environmental Horticulture Resources
- UFL Horticulture website- http://hort.ifas.ufl.edu
- UFL home & gardening publications search website- http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.
- IRC Master Gardener e-mail address for homeowners' questions- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dealing with lawn insect pests - Insect_Pest_Management_on_Turfgrass-ENY300
Lychee Pest of Concern: Lychee Erinose Mites, LEM - https://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/media/sfylifasufledu/miami-dade/documents/tropical
Free residential soil pH testing for Indian River County Residents- IRC instructions and form.
University of Florida SoilsLab residential soil testing for nutrients - UF SoilsLab sample submission form and price schedule