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What’s Wrong With My Sago Palm?

Is the newest growth on your sago palm is turning yellow, brown, frizzy looking and dying – is it a pest or disease or something else? Photo credit: Mary Derrick This sago palm is suffering from a classic case of manganese deficiency. When sago palms lack manganese, the newest leaves will develop yellow splotches or …

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Permanent link to this article: http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2013/09/23/whats-wrong-with-my-sago-palm/

What’s Killing My Magnolia Leaves?

We love our native magnolias in part because they are tough, easy to care for trees. The mainstay of southern gardens, they grace us with attractive thick, waxy leaves year round and sublimely fragrant and graceful blooms. However, this past spring brought conditions that encouraged a fungal leaf disease known as anthracnose, most noticeably on …

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Permanent link to this article: http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2013/06/21/whats-killing-my-magnolia-leaves/

Agricultural Best Management Practices – What’s Stopping You?

Submitted by Rance Ellis, FDACS OAWP Agriculture often is in the spotlight, some might say the bull’s eye, when environmental issues are raised.  This is partly because agriculture is visible; people can see a farmer on a tractor and irrigation systems operating, and may not understand the decision-making and risks involved in running a farm. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2012/12/01/agricultural-best-management-practices-whats-stopping-you/

What’s in Your Hay?

What’s in your hay? A hay producer can better market their hay if they can show a potential buyer a forage analysis report. By: Mike Goodchild, Walton County Extension Agent Most of us have heard the credit card advertisement “What’s in Your Wallet?” (which may not be much these days given the cost of feed …

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Permanent link to this article: http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2012/11/10/whats-in-your-hay/

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