Creeping Indigo found in Monticello. TOXIC to Livestock!

The plant is a low growing legume with pink blooms somewhat like clover (First pic)and small bean like seed pods (second pic). Leaves contain seven to nine leaflets, and the prostrate stems creep along the soil surface. The plant can also form mats underneath a healthy pasture canopy as shown in http://www.volusia.org/core/fileparse.php/4179/urlt/Creeping-Indigo.pdf This will make it …

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Florida MarketMaker – A Tool for Producer Marketing & Applied Research

Did you know that UF/IFAS manages a nifty FREE resource called Florida MarketMaker for marketing and research throughout the food supply chain? Many producers and Extension throughout Florida do not even know this resource exists. MarketMaker is the largest and most in-depth database of its kind featuring a diverse community of food-related businesses:  farmers/ranchers, fisheries, …

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