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  • PARK RANGER – Collier Seminole State Park

    Department of Environmental Protection
    • Full Time
    • Posted 2 days ago
  • DEP-LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II (BIOLOGY) – Div of Env Assessment and Restoration

    Department of Environmental Protection
    • Full Time
    • Posted 2 days ago
  • Farm Hand

    A Katoot Farms
    • Full Time
    • Posted 3 days ago
  • Service Technician

    Everglades Equipment Group
    • Full Time
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  • Rapid Service Technician

    Everglades Equipment Group
    • Full Time
    • Posted 3 days ago
  • State Specialized Extension Agent III or IV – Volunteer Management and Development (72748)

    UF/IFAS Extension
    • Full Time
    • Posted 4 days ago
  • Extension Agent I – III – 4-H Youth Development (72721)

    UF/IFAS Extension
    • Full Time
    • Posted 4 days ago
  • District Field Representative I

    Florida Farm Bureau Federation
    • Full Time
    • Posted 6 days ago
  • Agriculture & Consumer Protection Inspector

    Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
    • Full Time
    • Posted 6 days ago
  • OPS PARK RANGER – THE BARNACLE HISTORIC STATE PARK

    Department of Environmental Protection
    • Part Time
    • Posted 6 days ago
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Florida Tomato Production

Florida grows nearly half of all fresh tomatoes produced in the US with counties like Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee, and Hardee have the longest growing season for fresh market tomatoes. To learn more about Florida’s tomato production and the history of tomatoes in Florida, read the Farm Credit of Central Florida’s sponsored article from Central

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Protecting Potatoes from UV Light

Potato growers work with retailers to keep potatoes from turning green on grocery stores shelves. Green potato skin, caused by UV light exposure, looks unattractive, it changes the flavor of the potato and can potentially be an indication of a dangerous toxin, solanine. To learn more, read the article by Carole Miller on Growing Produce,

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North Florida Cotton Variety Trial Results

In 2020, two different variety trials were planted in Santa Rosa County and both trials produced very different yields.  To learn more about the trial read the UF IFAS Extension article written by Libbie Johnson, Santa Rosa County 2020 Cotton Variety Test Results. Santa Rosa County 2020 Cotton Variety Test Results

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Certification By Choice.

An AEST certified individual understands best management practices, trends and technology in a specific agricultural field and underwent a rigorous certification process to prove it.

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