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The Farm Bill: Helping Landowners Help Wildlife
... The improvements to wetlands can target a variety of wildlife and improve many environmental conditions such as soil and water quality, greater biological diversity, and reduced flooding. ... program with additional support. These programs are targeting very specific environmental goals or correcting existing environmental problems such as phosphorus runoff, sedimentation, or pollutant reductions. For ...
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Home Landscapes
Home Landscapes Home Landscapes Landscapes and Environmental Conditions Landscape Irrigation Home Landscape Pests Landscape Plants Landscape Trees Return to... Home Lawn and Landscape
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Compact Carpenter Ant (proposed common name), Camponotus planatus (Roger) (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
... colony is two to five years old, depending on environmental conditions. Alates are usually observed from spring to fall, depending on the area and environmental conditions. Pest Status As the compact carpenter ants increase ...
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Florida Carpenter Ant, Bull Ant, Tortugas Carpenter Ant, Camponotus floridanus (Buckley) and Camponotus tortuganus (Emery) (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Subfamily ormicinae: Tribe Camponotini)
... on environmental conditions, new winged reproductives, or alates, will usually be sent out. Alates (winged reproductives) are observed from spring to fall, depending on the area and environmental conditions. Queenless ... from predators such as birds and lizards Safe from flooding, heat, and other environmental stresses Easily accessible (for them, but inaccessible for the PCO!) They will hollow ...
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Staghorn Ferns for Florida
... become more widely available. They are ideally suited to south Florida's growing conditions and with some care and protection will grow beautifully in north Florida as ... .edu. 2. G. Hennen, former graduate research assistant; B. Tjia, former floriculture specialist, Environmental Horticulture Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of ...
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Flowering Dogwood
... dogwoods, but they are generally caused by mechanical root injury or by cultural conditions such as overfertilization, overwatering or lack of soil water drainage. Wet soils ... ufl.edu. 2. Edward F. Gilman, associate professor; Kathleen C. Ruppert, associate professor, Environmental Horticulture Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of ...
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Weed Management in Home Lawns
... that is very susceptible to weed invasion. Alternate grass choices for shady conditions include certain cultivars of St. Augustinegrass, zoysiagrass, and, to a lesser degree, ... , University of Florida, Jay, Florida 32565. Bryan Unruh, Associate Professor, Turf Specialist, Environmental Horticulture Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University ...
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Managing Your Tropical Fruit Grove Under Changing Water Table Levels
... will survive several days of excessively wet or flooded soil conditions. However, the stress of wet conditions may reduce tree growth and fruit production. In addition, ... Fruit Crops Extension Specialist, Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead, FL; B. Schaffer, Environmental Plant Physiologist, Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead, FL; Cooperative Extension Service, ...
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African Violets
... tool. Roots normally appear at the petiole base in 3 to 4 weeks under good conditions and leaves of the new plants appear at the medium surface 3 to 4 weeks ... aluminum foil. Footnotes 1. This document is Fact Sheet ENH-17, a series of the Environmental Horticulture Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida ...
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Bromeliads
... Some bromeliads tolerate low temperatures. The graceful, spiny Bromelia pinguin survives north Florida conditions, provided it is grown in a protected area. However, extreme cold temperatures ... .ifas.ufl.edu. 2. Robert J. Black, associate professor; Bijan Dehgan, professor, Environmental Horticulture Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of ...
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