Growers and researchers in North Florida and southern Georgia assess freeze protection tactics and crop tolerance to the extreme.
Looming La Niña could mean colder and wetter than normal in the northern U.S. and drier than usual in the south.
The 200th edition of the Farmers’ Almanac reveals wide-ranging weather patterns and events that would require everything from shovels to shorts.
Freeze protection tactics prove fruitful as local producers look to gain from Georgia’s loss.
Peaches, blueberries, and strawberries among crops damaged.
Peaches and berries in bloom most at risk from freezing temperatures.
UF/IFAS’ FAWN resource continues to enhance and introduce new tools, allowing growers to be better prepared for what Mother Nature has in store.
Forecast sees heightened freeze threat for Florida citrus; frequent snow to blast Northeast.
Although this past winter may be considered more mild, severe cold the two winters prior in the Midwest […]
Always follow the instructions on the product’s label.
Frost protection for flowering crops permitted due to the threat of freezing conditions.
Growers see good results and fruit when they apply Valent’s Promalin on trees following a freeze.
UF/IFAS student, faculty search for and find cost-savings for growers.
When it comes to frost control, heat often is a grower’s best defense. There are a lot of […]
Automated irrigation control can keep water usage in check during cold protection practices.
Plastic coverings, sprinklers used to keep crops warm with consecutive nights of low temperatures.
New equipment to help protect research blocks from frost damage and provide center with latest technology.