Following the destruction of many of Florida’s agricultural properties by Hurricane Michael, many of Florida’s farmers are turning to alternative crops to replace crops that were destroyed. [...]read more
As Florida's farmers explore the possibilities of alternative crops, they should heavily consider planting and harvesting Pongamia – a low-input, high yield tree cop. Pongamia trees produce beans [...]read more
What are Sand Skinks?
The Florida sand skink is a small, unique lizard adapted to an underground life beneath the surface in the sandy soil of Central Florida’s ridges. Sand skinks live in the [...]read more
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Services at the University of Florida is now conducting research into transitioning Florida's agricultural sector into the industrial farming of hemp. Hemp [...]read more
Strawberries are a hot commodity in America and Florida is known for its Plant City strawberries. However, there are a couple of challenges that potential growers need to be aware of. Carson Futch ofread more