This section of the NFREC website is dedicated to educating our audience as to the value of the research accomplished at the NFREC. Our approach has been to put our research in the context of ecosystem services and the valuation of those services. More...
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Welcome to the sixteenth edition of the Vegetable Production Handbook for Florida, a comprehensive guide designed to bring growers the latest information about successful vegetable production and that contains UF/IFAS recommendations.
New system could increase profits, reduce risk, and conserve resources. Please click here to view the Crop & Soils article.
NFREC hosted the REC-Based Reserach Programs Workshop on February 23-24, 2011 for IFAS REC faculty with a focus on early career faculty members. Please click here to view the presentations.
Invasive plants pose a threat to Florida's natural areas by displacing native plants and disrupting ecosystems. So what is an invasive plant and which plants are invasive in Florida? more...
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