Friday, August 31, 2012

Internal Laying backyard chickens

Ilene near Lake Wales is looking to talk with others interested in raising backyard chickens.  She’s had issues with internal laying.  Give her a call at (863) 255-7859.


Mary Beth Henry

Small Farms/Pesticide Licensing

Extension Agent II, UF/IFAS Extension Polk County

1702 HWY. 17 S, Bartow, FL 33830 T: 863.519.8677 x 110  F: 863.534.0001 

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Lime Slurry

Anyone know of anybody that might be in need of lime?  See below.


Jessica McCoy Stempien

Environmental Specialist III

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Office of Agricultural Water Policy

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Tampa, FL 33637

Phone (813)985-7481 x2125

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From: Nichols, Jerry []
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 10:17 AM
To: Stempien, Jessica Lea
Cc: Lynch, Michael
Subject: Lime Slurry




Good morning.  We are working with an industry, in Polk County, that is trying to find a beneficial use of 4,000 cubic yards of dried lime slurry.  I was hoping you would have a contact in the Department of Agriculture that may be of some help.





Jerry E. Nichols

Enforcement Coordinator

Industrial Wastewater Program

FDEP/SWD District Office

(813)632-7600, extension 391

IFAS in the news, 8/31

Good morning. Here is the week's final IFAS-in-the-news roundup. Have a great weekend!

Citrus Industry eNews: Tweaking ACPS; Orange Tree Thefts

Growing Wise (Pinellas)

Endangered Schaus swallowtail butterfly may be all but gone

Garden Q&A: There's a way to save a tree that has a crack (Duval)

Home Front: news from the home improvement community (Lee)

Power outage? Keep food safe after storm (Santa Rosa)

Hunter Safety Course Offered (Escambia)

UF, other news:

UF research funding hits $644.4 million in 2012, surpassing non-stimulus record

Last 'Blue Moon' Until 2015 Lights Up Night Sky Tonight

Police searching for armed man in Shands garage altercation

Machen marvels over UF's success at providing access

Programs look at Harry Potter, science and medicine

Beyond Wind and Rain: Isaac Could Stir Up Oil

Easton Corbin is more than a little country

UF Supreme Court passes referendum about racks

Long, Hot Summer Sends Food Prices Soaring

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August 31, 2012

Fertilizing nursery crops:
A USDA scientist has found a "green" alternative to a type of fertilizer additive that is believed to contribute to the accumulation of heavy metals in waterways. (8/27)

No-till helps capture snow:
A smooth blanket of snow in the winter can help boost dryland crop productivity in the summer, and no-till management is one way to ensure that blanket coverage, according to USDA research. (8/30)

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Whole-farm insurance webinar

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AGR-Lite: Insuring Small- to Medium-Sized Operations

September 6 webinar will explore options; focused on Midwest farms

The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) will offer a webinar on Thursday, September 6, to explain crop-insurance options such as Adjusted Gross Revenue Lite (AGR-Lite) — a unique, federally subsidized crop-insurance product that holds great promise to serve the needs of small- to medium-sized diverse, specialty crop, organic, and direct-market farmers.

At the end of a summer of record-breaking heat, severe drought, and even flooding, farmers may be wondering how to better protect their farms. The webinar, "Understanding Crop Insurance Options for Small- to Medium-Scale Diversified Farms," will explain how AGR-Lite works and provide a brief overview of crop-insurance limitations for highly diverse farms; it also will demonstrate NCAT’s new AGR-Lite Wizard assessment tool. This tool assists farmers and agricultural professionals in evaluating the usefulness of whole-farm revenue insurance.

While most insurance products are tied to a specific crop or commodity, AGR-Lite is based on whole-farm revenue and allows farmers who grow several specialty crops, or diverse crops and livestock products, to insure their production based on their historic revenue.

In addition to AGR-Lite, the webinar will also provide an overview of the Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) and individual specialty crop policies. AGR-Lite is not available in Iowa, although it is available in most other Midwestern states. NAP and individual specialty crop policies are available in all states.

The webinar will feature regionally appropriate examples from the Midwest, although it will be beneficial for anyone interested in AGR-Lite and other insurance options.

There will be ample time for attendees to ask questions. The webinar is funded by the USDA Risk Management Agency.

NCAT Agricultural Economist Jeff Schahczenski will be the webinar presenter.

Date: Thursday, September 6

Time: Noon Eastern Standard Time

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Tomato TYLCV fall trial final report

Please find the data attached for a tomato variety trial testing resistance to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV) held in Duette, FL fall 2012. Special thanks to Enza Zaden, Sakata, Syngenta, Six’L or Lipman and Redi-Plant for their support of the project.


Crystal Snodgrass, M.S.
Extension Agent, Vegetables
Manatee County Government
University of Florida IFAS Extension
941-722-4524, Ext. 230
Fax: 941-721-6796


Wright's nutrush Workday and Canoe Trip Bonus!

Wright’s nutrush (Scleria lacustris) was recently added to FLEPPC’s Category I invasive plant list.  Here’s your chance to see this plant up close and learn about different control methods.  This invader has been located in a gorgeous marsh at the Disney Wilderness Preserve and we need your help controlling it.  We will be in ankle to knee deep water, so wear something you don’t mind getting wet.  Long sleeves and gardening gloves are highly recommended as this plant is a meanie and has no problem fighting back!  But we can go canoeing afterwards too!


Scleria lacustris is an annual plant and is already starting to go to seed, so I would like to get it removed ASAP.  The ideal date is Wednesday September 12th, but we could also have the workday on Tuesday September 18th.  Please email me if you are interested and let me know which date(s) you are available.


We will meet at the Disney Wilderness Preserve office at 8:30 a.m. on and should be back to the office by 1 p.m. at the latest.  Those interested can join us for a canoe trip around Lake Russell, one of the last lakes in central Florida with a completely undeveloped shoreline.  The trip takes approximately 2 hours and is limited to the first 20 respondents.  Please wear long pants and sleeves, a hat, closed toe shoes and bring a water bottle, sun screen, bug spray, snacks and a lunch if you plan on staying for the canoe trip.  Contact Debi Tharp with any questions.  Office address and contact information are located below.


Thanks a lot and have a great day!


Debi Tharp



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Weekly Harvest, August 29, 2012

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Sustainable Agriculture News Briefs - August 29, 2012

Weekly sustainable agriculture news and resources gleaned from the Internet by NCAT staff for the ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service website. The Weekly Harvest Newsletter is also available online.

Join the NCAT Team!
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is seeking a Coordinator for Grow Montana, a statewide food and agriculture policy council. This is a great opportunity for an individual to work with an innovative team of leaders in food and agriculture from across the state. The Coordinator will facilitate the Grow Montana Steering Committee and council partners and allies in their efforts to support community-based food systems by conducting public policy research and education. Applications will be accepted through September 4, 2012.

NCAT is also seeking a Sustainable Agriculture Intake Specialist to work in our Butte, Montana, office, responding to inquiries from farmers and ranchers throughout the country and forwarding inquiries to sustainable agriculture specialists.

News & Resources

  • National Farm to School Month Resources Available
  • USDA Awards Conservation Innovation Grants
  • Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators Updated
  • Small Farm Courses Offered Online
  • Publication Considers Cultivation Tools for Organic Vegetable Farmers
  • International Homesteading Education Month Invites Participants

Funding Opportunities

  • Conservation Innovation Grants
  • Southern SARE Sustainable Community Innovation Grant Program
  • Illinois Sustainable Agriculture Grant Program

Coming Events

  • Cultivating NW Co-ops 2012: Celebrating Our Food Community
  • Hoes Down Harvest Festival
  • Winter Tunnel Production and Season Extension

News & Resources

National Farm to School Month Resources Available
October has been designated National Farm to School Month, and the National Farm to School Network is making many helpful resources available online. These include a "theme of the day" calendar, a communications toolkit, posters and ads, a PowerPoint Template for a slideshow, a sample menu, and fact sheets that explain National Farm to School Month.

USDA Awards Conservation Innovation Grants
USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has announced the award of $26 million in Conservation Innovation Grants. The grant winners will demonstrate innovative approaches to improving soil health, increasing pollinator and wildlife habitat, protecting water quality, and producing on-farm energy savings. A complete list of CIG awardees is available online.

Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators Updated
USDA Economic Research Service has released Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, 2012. Among other findings, the report showed total cropland in 2007 at its lowest point since 1945, documented a drop in pesticide use but an increase in herbicide use, highlighted increases in irrigation efficiency, and reported organic food sales more than doubling from 2004 to 2011.

Small Farm Courses Offered Online
Cornell Small Farms Program and Cornell Cooperative Extension are offering 12 online courses for small farmers for 2012-2013. There are courses covering commercial production topics and courses covering management of a successful farm, including business planning, holistic financial planning, marketing, and getting started in farming.

Publication Considers Cultivation Tools for Organic Vegetable Farmers
Penn State Extension is sharing considerations and tips learned through a recent equipment demonstration at The Seed Farm New Farmer Training and Incubator Program. The article addresses hoes, cultivators and other weeding tools, and row-marking equipment. The Seed Farm links new farmers with training, equipment, and land through its Apprenticeship and Farm Incubator Programs. These programs are accepting applications until October 15, 2012.
Related ATTRA Publication: Equipment & Tools for Small-Scale Intensive Crop Production

International Homesteading Education Month Invites Participants
Mother Earth News and Grit are hosting International Homesteading Education Month in September. They are asking people who have skills or experiences to share about how to maintain a homestead to schedule an event in September, such as a workshop, demonstration, or tour. Events are being publicized in an online listing.

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Funding Opportunities

Conservation Innovation Grants
NRCS has announced the availability of up to $5 million in grants to evaluate and demonstrate agricultural practices that help farmers and ranchers adapt to drought. NRCS is offering the grants to partnering entities to evaluate innovative, field-based conservation technologies and approaches. Private individuals, Tribes, local and state governments, and non-governmental organizations can apply.
Grant applications are due October 15, 2012.

Southern SARE Sustainable Community Innovation Grant Program
The 2012 Sustainable Community Innovation Grants program is accepting applications for up to $10,000 for activities that increase knowledge, build capacity, and make connections between sustainable agriculture and rural communities.
Proposals are due October 1, 2012.

Illinois Sustainable Agriculture Grant Program
The Illinois Department of Agriculture is seeking proposals to carry out research, education, and on-farm demonstration projects through its Sustainable
Agriculture Grant Program. Competitive grants may be awarded to individuals for up to $10,000, and units of government, non-profit groups, institutions, or organizations may apply for up to $20,000.
Proposals must be received by October 15, 2012.

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Coming Events

Cultivating NW Co-ops 2012: Celebrating Our Food Community
October 5-6, 2012
Seattle, Washington

Cooperatives from across six states will join together to celebrate our food systems. Attendees will discuss how cooperatives are impacting our food future and will work together to cultivate our cooperative food community.

Hoes Down Harvest Festival
October 6-7, 2012
Guinda, California

This 25th annual celebration involves a festival on Saturday with live music, activities, agricultural workshops, and a farmers market. On Sunday, hands-on specialized seminars and a farm tour are offered.

Winter Tunnel Production and Season Extension
October 2, 2012
Shelburne, Vermont

In this NOFA-VT Summer Workshop Series event, Corie Pierce of Bread and Butter Farm will explain the four keys to winter hoop house production: crop selection, timing seeding and planting, crop protection needs, and overall system management.

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PMN Update 127

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Number 127: August 29, 2012




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Editor’s Note: The Plant Management Network (PMN) has polled its users to better serve their needs. Respondents wanted better awareness of PMN’s many offerings. Our monthly Spotlight will help achieve this.

Resource Spotlight: PMN’s Partner Extension Search

Most of America’s land-grant universities have partnered with PMN to promote quality, science-based crop management information. PMN’s free Partner Extension Search furthers this goal. Sometimes it’s difficult for growers and crop consultants to navigate extension sites. PMN’s Extension Search offers a clean, easy to use keyword search from one place. By typing a few keywords and hitting the ‘search’ button, users can find quality crop management information from across the nation or an individual state. The Extension Search targets tens of thousands of pages of information, covering nearly every crop grown in the United States. Try this resource. View PMN’s full list of resources.

Fungicide, Nematicide, Biological Control Trials Added to PDMR, Vol. 6


PDMR offers unbiased trials on the effectiveness of fungicides, nematicides, and biological controls on the market today, as well as products and active ingredients available in the past. Users can compare these efficacy reports to see the product(s) which offer the greatest effectiveness against various crop diseases. This month, 123 new efficacy trials were recently added to Plant Disease Management Reports (PDMR) Volume 6. Across all volumes going back to the year 2000, there are now nearly 7,000 reports available for users. Learn more about PDMR. Subscribe to PDMR and the Plant Management Network’s other resources for just $38-$45 yearly.

PMN Launches Grant-Funded Webcast on Northern Corn Leaf Blight


Hybrid corn is an economically important crop, and it is susceptible to several foliar fungal diseases, including northern leaf blight (NCLB). This presentation by Sally Mallowa at Iowa State University helps users improve their knowledge and understanding of NCLB. In addition the talk reviews the conditions favorable for disease development, the disease cycle, available management options, and timing. This talk is one of several presentations discussing foliar diseases of corn and fungicide recommendations for their management. The presentations are outputs of projects funded by the USDA. View presentation | View other corn talks

Contact Phil Bogdan at PMN to learn more about how PMN can support your grant outreach efforts.

Latest Focus on Potato Webcast: Using Pathogen Detection Kits for Diagnostics


Misdiagnosing a disease can be very costly if unnecessary or ineffective control measures are made. There are many real-life examples where proper identification of a disease was not made until after avoidable inputs were applied, management changed, or rumors started. This month’s Focus on Potato presentation by Dr. Nora Olsen at the University of Idaho offers practitioners an overview of the various diagnostic options available so they can more clearly identify disease pressures affecting their fields and make more informed management decisions.
View presentation | View other potato talks

Focus on Soybean Launches Phosphorous Fertility Webcast


This latest Focus on Soybean presentation by Dr. Robert Mullen at PotashCorp discusses the importance of adequate phosphorus nutrition for soybean production. Specific points of discussion include phosphorus behavior in soil, how soil test critical levels are established, and what phosphorus does for the crop. The goal is provide growers and consultants an understanding of how to make decisions when it comes to supplying phosphorus for soybean production.
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Manage Thrips, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Through Focus on Tomato Webcast


This latest Focus on Tomato presentation by Dr. George Kennedy at North Carolina State helps users understand the role of thrips as direct pests and as vectors of Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) in tomato. It also provides information on the tactics available to manage thrips and suppress virus incidence. The use of insecticides, reflective plastic mulch, Actigard®, and TSWV resistant cultivars in the management of thrips and TSWV are also discussed.
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Last Month’s Most Popular Articles

Applied Turfgrass Science: Seeded Bermudagrass Establishment in an Overseeded Perennial Ryegrass Stand as Affected by Transition Herbicide and Seeding Date  Summary | Article

Crop Management: Raised Seedbeds for Soybean in Twin Rows Increase Yields over Flat Seedbeds  Summary | Article

Forage and Grazinglands: Cultivar and Fall Dormancy Affect Alfalfa-grass Yield and Persistence in a Temperate Environment  Summary | Article

Plant Health Progress: Susceptibility of Arabidopsis Ecotypes to Infection by Iris yellow spot virus  Summary | Article

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When the Grass Isn't Always Greener   Article

Growing a Green Lawn Means Finding Grasses That Need Less Water   Article

Is My Lawn Dormant or Dead?   Article



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Effect of Cultivar Selection on Soil Population of Verticillium dahliae and Wilt Development in Cotton  Summary | Article

Occurrence of Viruses Infecting Watermelon, Other Cucurbits, and Weeds in the Parts of Southern United States  Summary | Article


Occurrence and Distribution of Iris yellow spot virus on Onion in Mauritius  Summary | Article

First Report of Turnip mosaic virus Occurrence in Garlic Mustard in Minnesota  Summary | Article

First Report of Alfalfa mosaic virus Occurrence in Tecoma capensis in the USA  Summary | Article


Dow AgroSciences SmartStax Standing Strong Despite Heavy Corn Rootworm Pressure   Article

Assess Soybean Cyst Nematode Season for Future Success   Article

California DPR Approves Marrone Bio Innovation's Regalia Biofungicide for Soil Applications   Article

New Insecticide Proves Effective for Controlling Asian Citrus Psyllid   Article

Insecticide Restrictions Important as Soybeans Mature   Article

Disease Assessment Computer Training Programs Available From Iowa State University   Article

Syngenta Enhances Cucurbit Seed Offerings With Standard FarMore Technology Treatment   Article

Speckled Apples a Little More Rare in 2012   Article

Insect Pest Gaining in South Louisiana   Article

Hot Disease in the Soybeans   Article

Researcher Looks at Armyworm Resistance in Bt Corn   Article

QuickTox for Aflatoxin Receives AOAC Certification   Article

Charcoal Rot on Soybeans   Article

Drought and Heat Worsen Spider Mite Outbreak in Parts of Minnesota   Article

Soybean Aphids: a Late-Season Game-Changer   Article

Stinkbugs Continue to Plague Soybeans Across the U.S.   Article

Researchers Test Disease Resistance in Soybeans   Article

New Invasive Species Could Hurt Soybean Crop   Article

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Little Barley Control with Herbicides in Dormant Bermudagrass Hayfields  Summary | Article

Cogongrass Control with Aminocyclopyrachlor in Pastures  Summary | Article



Prepping Pastures for Next Year Article

Be Informed Before Using Soybeans for Livestock Forage Article

Get Creative With Feeding Options Article

It’s Producer ‘Decision Time’ for Cattle Restocking Article

Stockpiling Pastures an Option for Emergency Grazing Article

Dekalb Silage Proven Products for 2013 Offer High Quality Feed and Maximum Milk Production Article

Summer Grazing Gone, Producers Look to Winter Annuals Article

Cow-Calf Producers Fighting Drought Conditions May Want to Consider Early Weaning Article

New AgriLife Extension Publication Gives Guidance on Grassland Restoration Article

DuPont Pioneer Introduces Inoculant Value Calculator Article

Using Drought-Stressed Corn for Forage Article

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Normalized Difference Vegetative Index Used to Identify Spatial Variability in Vegetative Growth and Grain Yield of Corn  Summary | Article

Effect of Inoculant and Nitrogen Application at Planting on Peanut Production in Georgia  Summary | Article

Long-term Effects of Aboveground Biomass Removal by Burning on Potential Nutrient Recycling  Summary | Article

Agronomic and Economic Response of Hard Red Winter Wheat to Foliar Fungicide in the Southern Plains  Summary | Article


UA 5612 Released as High-Yielding Soybean Variety   Article

Evaluate Potential Yields From Drought-Stressed Corn   Article

Exceptional Drought Growth Slows   Article

Making the Case for Diversified Management   Article

Mathematics and Calculations for Agronomists and Soil Scientists   Article

Kansas State Breeder Gives Tips for Getting Good Winter Canola Stands   Article

Wheat Producers Have Options for Planting Into Dry Soils   Article

Mycogen Seeds Introduces 15 New Soybean Lines for 2013   Article

Drought-Stressed Corn Concerns and Strategies   Article

USDA: Ongoing Drought Causes Significant Crop Yield Declines   Article

Notes on Corn and Soybean Yield Potential   Article

Mycogen Seeds Introduces 31 New Grain Corn Hybrids for 2013   Article

Researcher at UGA-Tifton Working to Increase Georgia's Organic Peanut Production   Article

Prepare for Higher Forage Prices   Article

Monsanto Company Announces New, Expanded Pre-Emergence Label for Warrant Herbicide   Article

Researchers Develop Wheat to Grow in ‘Wet’ Southern Climate   Article

Midwest Drought Problems Trickle Down to Mississippi   Article

Wastewater Reuse, What's Left Behind in Soil   Article

Mycogen Seeds Introduces Three New Sunflower Hybrids for 2013   Article

Drought-Stressed Corn for Silage Considerations   Article

Mycogen Seeds Offers NEXERA Canola Hybrids for 2013   Article

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