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In Florida, the Cooperative Extension Service is administered by the University of Florida. St. Johns County Commissioners provide support for local faculty, staff and facilities. Check out our recent blog posts below. You can "sort by your interest" to see blogs from other program areas.

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Hydroponic Demonstrations this Fall at UF/IFAS-HAEC in Hastings
Hydroponic plants have long been a staple at UF/IFAS Hastings. Under the leadership of our director, Dr


What's Going on in Florida

2021 UF/IFAS Equine Institute & Allied Trade Show
You are invited to the "2021 UF/IFAS Equine Institute & Allied Trade Show" that will take place on September 29th in Ocala, FL. This full day event  includes seminars, live animal demonstrations and a trade show with our allied industry partners


NFREC Quincy—100 Years of Service and Adaptation
It was the summer of 1978. I had just graduated with a BS degree in Agronomy from the Ohio State University


St. Johns County Master Gardener Volunteer Fall Plant Sale Fundraising Event
UF/IFAS Extension St. Johns County Master Gardener Volunteer fundraising event to be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm


Explore the Outdoors with a Child
With our electronics-filled lives, there doesn’t seem to be enough time to just breathe.  Don't underestimate the importance of getting kids away from the screen and into the fresh air so they can just breathe


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    Fall Colors and Flavors
    When you hear the word "Fall"….What is the first color that comes to mind? What food? “Orange and pumpkins?” “Red and apples? Think of all fruits and vegetables orange and red - apples, carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, acorn and butternut squash, red peppers, and of course, pumpkins! While these colors may represent the season of fall, the red and orange colors are so much more than just the hue of the fruits and vegetables


    IPM – Biological Control: The Braconid Wasp (Cotesia congreta)
    Hornworms are immature moths that can be devastating pests, especially on crops in the Solanaceae family such as peppers and tomatoes. These moths are in the Sphingidae family