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  • Lawn Sprinkler System
    Calibrating Your Lawn Sprinkler System

    Promote a lush lawn while conserving water and reducing bills with this informative 12" x 18" poster. Learn the correct calibration techniques for your lawn sprinkler system through vivid visuals and clear instructions.

    Price: $5.00
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  • Field Crop Pests Flip Chart: Soybean, Peanuts and Cotton
    Field Crop Pests Flip Chart: Soybean, Peanuts and Cotton
    Increase your crop management knowledge with this concise pocket reference, offering vibrant color photographs and succinct descriptions of arthropods, diseases, and nematodes that impact commercially produced soybean, peanut, and cotton crops in Florida. Comprising 34 pages, this valuable resource serves as a quick and accessible guide for farmers and professionals seeking insights into the challenges facing these key agricultural crops.
    Price: $1.00
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  • Hemp Arthropod Pests ID Deck
    Field Guide to Hemp Arthropod Pests

    Lance Osborne, Juanita Popenoe, Zachary Brym, Alexandra Revynthi

    Industrial hemp, a variety of Cannabis sativa containing less than 0.03% THC, can be legally grown with permits in Florida. Due to its long-standing inclusion on the controlled substance list in the U.S., knowledge of its pests and diseases has been limited, and once, control measures were nonexistent. 

    This illustrated identification guide offers information and general management recommendations for hemp arthropod pests found in Florida, including aphids, mites, caterpillars, thrips, whitefly, beetles, mealybugs, stink bugs, lygus bugs, and grasshoppers.  


    6” x 4.5” 42 pp.

    Click here to learn more about the UF/IFAS Industrial Hemp Pilot Project

    Price: $14.00
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  • Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida's Citrus-Growing Regions
    Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida's Citrus-Growing Regions

    The Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida’s Citrus-Growing Regions, authored by Mace G. Bauer, William S. Castle, Brian J. Boman, and Thomas A. Obreza, is a practical field guide facilitating the classification and identification of soils in central and southern Florida. With accessible language for readers of varying soil science knowledge, the guide explores the physical and chemical characteristics of different Florida soils, emphasizing their relevance to citrus production and management decisions. Covered topics include soil orders and citrus production, soil identification terms and concepts, soil characteristics in relation to citrus production, and the field determination of soil physical properties.

    Enhancing its practicality for fieldwork, the guide features 74 color photographs showcasing various soil types, five weatherproof laminated soil identification keys, and an exclusive 10YR Munsell Soil Identification chart. The materials are conveniently presented in a three-ring binder for ease of use.

    This invaluable resource, identified as SP362 with 146 pages, is now available at a reduced price from its original $100.00 cost.

    Price: $50.00
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  • Field to Feast
    Field to Feast
    Indulge in the flavors of Florida's local foods with this distinctive cookbook, offering not only mouthwatering recipes but also insightful profiles of local farms, farmers, and chefs. Extension agent Bob Hochmuth praises this beautifully illustrated book for its support of the Small Farms and Alternative Enterprises program, showcasing innovative small farmers, promoting the importance of buying local products, and emphasizing the farm-to-fork journey.
    Price: $28.00
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  • Florida Direct Marketing Handbook
    Florida Direct Marketing Handbook

    If you have a small- to mid-sized farm, nursery, or food business and want to sell directly to consumers, this handbook is for you. Published by UF/IFAS Extension with support from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, the Florida Direct Marketing Handbook is your guide to making important “off the field” decisions.

    Chapters include information on:

    Steps to starting and managing your farm business, including business plans, financing, insurance, labor, and food safety
    Best practices for direct marketing channels
    Meeting state requirements for direct sales of products, including cottage foods, livestock, dairy, eggs, aquaculture, honey, and more
    Networking resources
    Whether you’ve been farming for years or you’re just thinking about starting a cottage food business, this book is one resource you can’t afford to skip.

    8.5” x 11”, 65 pp, illustrated.

    ISBN: 978-1-1949197-02-0

    Visit the Small Farms and Alternative Enterprises website for more information!

    If you are interesting in purchasing 25 or more copies of this title, please contact us at 800-226-1764 or to inquire about a 20% bulk discount.

    Price: $19.99
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  • Florida Oranges: A Colorful History
    Florida Oranges: A Colorful History

    The narrative begins with the first orange groves planted by Ponce de Leon in St. Augustine during the 1500s, laying the foundation for an integral part of Florida's identity. As orange groves expanded across the state, they sparked horticultural and manufacturing innovation. Uncover intriguing tales, including the eccentric "citrus wizard" Lue Gim Gong in Deland, the adventures of smuggler Jesse Fish, and the fortunes made by the silver-tongued politician William J. Howey selling groveland plots in the 1920s. Dive into the heyday of orange tourism and the resilient farmers who faced challenges like freezes, floods, and citrus greening.

    Join author Erin Thursby on an exploration of the Sunshine State's citrus history. ISBN 9781467141192, copyright 2019.

    Price: $21.99
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  • Florida's Agricultural Heritage
    Florida's Agricultural Heritage
    Join the celebration of Florida's agricultural heritage with this 25th-anniversary book presented by the Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame. Embark on a journey through the history of Florida agriculture with this beautifully designed book, adorned with historic and contemporary illustrations and photographs. Hardcover, 144 pages, 12" x 9".

    Price reduction: was $35, now just $20!
    Price: $20.00
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  • Hydroponics for Small Farms and Gardens
    Hydroponics for Small Farms and Gardens

    Today consumers are more interested than ever in finding locally grown farm products that are fresh and nutritious, and are also very concerned about the food safety. All of these factors have driven interest in hydroponics to an all-time high. Produced by IFAS Extension agents at the North Florida Research and Education Center, this DVD offers a set of detailed, easy-to-follow segments covering all aspects of hydroponics, including:

    1. Choosing a growing system
    2. Media Choices
    3. Nutrient Delivery
    4. Pest Management
    5. Produce Varieties and Marketing
    6. Building a Hydroponic Floating Garden

    Whether you're a commercial grower interested in setting up a hydroponic production system or a home gardener looking for a new challenge, this DVD is a great way to your feet (and hands) wet. 99 min.

    Price: $25.00
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  • Identification of Mites, Insects, Diseases, Nutritional Symptoms and Disorders on Citrus
    Identification of Mites, Insects, Diseases, Nutritional Symptoms and Disorders on Citrus
    The essential pocket-size guide to the scourges of citrus has been completely revised with 125 color photographs and important new entries, including Orthezia Scale, Black Spot, Citrus Variegated Chlorosis (CVC), and Citrus Greening (Huanglongbing). The 3" x 4" laminated cards are color-indexed for easy reference and bound with metal rings for convenient use in the field. Includes a metric ruler and a handy English-to-metric conversion guide. Whether you're a citrus industry professional or have a small backyard grove, you'll find this guide a welcome ally in the fight to keep your citrus trees healthy.

    Price: $12.00
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