Extension Publications

  • A Beginner's Guide to Water Management — Aquatic Plants in Florida Lakes
  • American Lotus, Yellow Lotus: Nelumbo lutea
  • Aquatic Weed Management in Citrus Canals and Ditches
  • Aquatic Weeds: Crested Floating Heart (<em>Nymphoides cristata</em>)
  • BMP: Ribbon Barriers
  • Common Aquatic Plants of Lake Okeechobee: Identification, Value, and Management
  • Creating Wildlife Habitat with Native Florida Freshwater Wetland Plants
  • East Indian Hygrophila: <em>Hygrophila polysperma</em> (Roxb.) T. Anderson
  • Efficacy of Herbicide Active Ingredients Against Aquatic Weeds
  • Florida-Friendly Plants for Stormwater Pond Shorelines
  • Hydrilla Management in Florida Lakes
  • Lemon bacopa: <em>Bacopa caroliniana</em>
  • Licensing of Aquatic Herbicide Applicators in Florida
  • <em>Phragmites</em> in Florida
  • Rotala: A New Aquatic Invader in Southern Florida
  • Safe Use of Glyphosate-containing Products in Aquatic and Upland Natural Areas
  • Use of Copper in Freshwater Aquaculture and Farm Ponds
  • Waterhyacinth: Florida’s Worst Floating Weed
  • Wright’s Nutrush: An Invader of Seasonal Wetlands in Florida
  • Bamboo Control
  • Cogongrass (<em>Imperata cylindrica</em>) Biology, Ecology, and Management in Florida Grazing Lands
  • Giant Reed (<em>Arundo donax</em>): Biology, Identification, and Management
  • Help Protect Florida’s Natural Areas from Non-Native Invasive Plants
  • Herbicidas para matar árboles invasivos en jardines de casas
  • Herbicide Application Techniques for Woody Plant Control
  • Herbicides to Kill Invasive Trees in Home Landscapes
  • Identification and Control of Coral Ardisia (<em>Ardisia crenata</em>): A Potentially Poisonous Plant
  • The UF/IFAS Assessment of Nonnative Plants in Florida’s Natural Areas: History, Purpose, and Use
  • Integrated Management of Nonnative Plants in Natural Areas of Florida
  • Chinese Creeper (<em>Mikania micrantha</em>): A New Weed in South Florida
  • Myakka bug, <em>Ischnodemus variegatus</em> (Signoret) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Blissidae)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Air Potato (<em>Dioscorea bulbifera</em>)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Carrotwood (<em>Cupaniopsis anacardioides</em>)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Chinese Tallow (<em>Sapium sebiferum</em> L.)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Distinguishing Native and Non-Native “Boston Ferns” and “Sword Ferns” (<em>Nephrolepis</em> spp.)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Invasive <em>Solanum</em> spp. in Florida
  • Natural Area Weeds: Mexican Petunia
  • Natural Area Weeds: Old World Climbing Fern (<em>Lygodium microphyllum</em>)
  • Natural Area Weeds: Skunkvine (Paederia foetida)
  • Natural Area Weeds: A Property Owner's Guide to Melaleuca Control
  • Permit Requirements for Planting Non-native Energy/Biomass Crops in Florida
  • Waterlily Leafcutter, <em>Synclita obliteralis</em> (Walker) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Acentropinae)
  • Wetland Weeds: West Indian Marsh Grass (<em>Hymenachne amplexicaulis</em>)
  • Wildland Weeds: Arrowhead Vine, Syngonium podophyllum
  • Wildland Weeds: Paragrass, <em>Urochloa mutica</em>
  • Casuarina cunninghamiana Miq. (River sheoak) in Florida and Its Potential as a Windbreak Plant for Citrus Groves
  • Economic Consequences of Harmful Algal Blooms: Literature Summary
  • Alternatives to Invasive Plants Commonly Found in Central Florida Landscapes
  • Alternatives to Invasive Plants Commonly Found in North Florida Landscapes
  • Alternatives to Invasive Plants Commonly Found in South Florida Landscapes
  • Alligatorweed flea beetle <em>Agasicles hygrophila</em> Selman and Vogt (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Halticinae)
  • Alligatorweed thrips (suggested) <em>Amynothrips andersoni</em> O'Neill (Insecta: Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae)
  • Florida’s Established Arthropod Weed Biological Control Agents and Their Targets
  • <em>Casuarina</em> spp.: Australian-Pine
  • Field Guide to Identify the Common <em>Casuarina</em> (Australian Pine) Species in Florida
  • Grass carp, the white amur: <em>Ctenopharyngodon idella</em> Cuvier and Valenciennes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae: Squaliobarbinae)
  • Hydrilla leafcutter moth (unofficial common name) <em>Parapoynx diminutalis</em> Snellen (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Crambidae)
  • Hydrilla tuber weevil <em>Bagous affinis</em> Hustache (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
  • Ligustrum Weevil (suggested common name), <em>Ochyromera ligustri</em> Warner (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Tychiinae: Tychiini: Endaeina)
  • Yellow Brazilian Pepper-tree Leaf Galler (suggested common name) <em>Calophya latiforceps</em> Burckhardt (Insecta: Hemiptera: Calophyidae: Calophyinae)
  • Brazilian Pepper-tree Control
  • Brazilian Peppertree Seed Chalcid, <em>Megastigmus transvaalensis</em> (Hymenoptera: Torymidae)
  • Classical Biological Control of Brazilian Peppertree (<em>Schinus terebinthifolius</em>) in Florida
  • Control de Brazilian Pepper-tree
  • Yellow Brazilian Pepper-tree Leaf Galler <em>Calophya latiforceps</em> Burckhardt (Insecta: Hemiptera: Calophyidae: Calophyinae)
  • Hydrilla: Florida’s Worst Submersed Weed
  • Hydrilla Tip Mining Midge (unofficial common name), <em>Cricotopus lebetis</em> (Insecta: Diptera: Chironomidae)
  • Classical Biological Control of Weeds with Insects: Melaleuca Weevil
  • Ecological Consequences of Invasion by <em>Melaleuca quinquenervia</em> in South Florida Wetlands: Paradise Damaged, not Lost
  • Melaleuca Snout Beetle, Melaleuca Weevil (unofficial common names), <em>Oxyops vitiosa</em> (Pascoe) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
  • Psílido, <em>Boreioglycaspis melaleucae</em> Moore (Insecta: Hemiptera: Psyllidae)