UF/IFAS Extension
Osceola County

UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County is a partnership between the University Of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, The United States Department of Agriculture, and Osceola County Government.

(321) 697-3000
1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744-6107


Monday - Friday - now by appointment only Call for appointment 321-697-3000
8:00am - 5:00pm

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Virtual Limited Review Class is offering Pesticide Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Please join us for our Limited Pesticide Review on May 27th from 8:30 – 3:30.  You may attend the full day if you need to certify for the Limited Commercial Landscape or Limited Lawn and Ornamental pesticide license or if just need the 6 CEU credits from the day


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Irrigation Orientation – A Webinar Series for Florida Homeowners
Are you frustrated that with all the energy and money devoted to your yard, you still have patchy turfgrass or weed spots? Or you are spending too much money to keep your grass green? Did you know.


Beneficial Garden Bugs: The Good Flies
Not all bugs are alike.  Some bugs in Florida are garden pests, because they can do a lot of damage to plants, especially during the growing season


Bee on the lookout for honey bee swarms
Spring is honey bee swarm season. When flowers start blooming, bees start making honey and bee colonies increase in size, causing them to outgrow their nest


It’s Florida Citrus Season
Citrus is Florida’s most valuable crop, with over 430,000 acres in citrus groves throughout the state. Florida citrus is harvested October-June


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    2021 Market Animal Shows and Sales
    The Osceola County Fair is here! The Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show and Osceola County Fair is held February 12-21st. The Osceola County Fair is a great place to come out and support Osceola County 4-H and FFA members who work very hard all year to raise and show market animals


    Controlling Brown Patch in the Lawn
    Brown Patch is a major disease that affects warm turf grasses in our area. The disease is most prevalent between November and May when temperature is below 80-degree