Monday, April 18, 2011

Posts from Agent's Update--Online Magazine for 04/18/2011

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Ornamental Production Newsletter


Apr 14, 2011 04:46 pm | (Ornamental Hort. Agent)

Here is another update from USDA NRCS about how you can save money by upgrading your irrigation. Funding Available for Producers to Improve and Conserve Water Gainesville, FL., April 13, 2011 – Funding applications are being accepted for Dover/Plant City area farmers and ranchers to help conserve water and improve water quality on their agricultural working lands. The Agricultural Water

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Apr 12, 2011 11:23 am | (Ornamental Hort. Agent)

"How do I propagate Walter's viburnum (Viburnum obovatum)?  I have received this question a few times as an agent and I thought it would be a good time to finally post a blog article on it.  In 1989 an article was published by UF's Dr. Bijan Dehgan in the Florida State Horticulture Society Proceedings entitled "Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: III Shrubs"  He looked at the cutting

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