Irrigation researchers at the UF/IFAS Landscape Unit are using Internet-accessible, two-wire "smart" equipment; now you can see it in action.
Center director and faculty member Michael Dukes is conducting research identifying ways to optimize cold protection irrigation for crops like strawberries. (Photo: Michael Gutierrez)
Our newest online resource for Florida homeowners and gardeners, Gardening Solutions offers the best information about Florida-Friendly plants, sustainable landscape practices, and ways to beautify your yard and garden.
Featuring faculty projects and Extension program achievements, a five-year report on the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology is now available.
Dr. Brian Pearson, affiliate faculty member at the Mid-Florida Research and Education Center, was recently published in the Journal of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry.
Dukes has been named director of the CLCE, where he has served as interim director since November 2011.
This is a 12-month tenure-accruing position, available with the CLCE, located at the Mid-Florida Research and Education Center in Apopka.
Awards were presented at the the 59th annual NACTA (North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture) conference on June 28 in Blacksburg, VA.
Martinez, along with 19 other UF/IFAS researchers, was recognized in awards ceremony in April.
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Applications and Analyses of Mycorrhizal Associations - July 7-9