I teach agriculture at Stuart Middle School , in Stuart, Fla. Here are some of the things we do in class. Also visit the Stuart Middle School Webpage.
Check out Batman and Friends of Bats. Bats are the gardens and mans friend not foe.
Visit Florida Ag in the Classroom
Marketing Florida Agriculture
For Extension Service Pamplets and the Florida Yards and Neighborhoods Program visit EDIS
The University of Florida is the greatest University. Can you tell where I went?
IFAS the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Comsumer Service
The USDA's Agricultural Research Magazine has interesting research articles.
The Progressive Farmers Magazine will keep you up to date with the latest ideas.
Old Farmer's Almanac may just be able to help you predict the weather.
Online seed companies: Burpee Seeds or Parks Seed . For transplants by mail check out Green Mountain Transplants .
Teacher Magazine Online
For your drip irrigation and sprinkler supplies visit Dripworks.
Want to grow carnivorous plants in class try this site.
Check out the exciting Tele-garden a tele-robotic that allows users to remotely view and tend a living garden
Mycorrhizae : Nature's Tree Protection - Root Fungus, a "natural forest soil ecosystem"
The queen of the tropics, Hibiscus , many more colors than the changing ones on the main page.
If you can't find it here You Will Find It at this amazing gardening site.
Check out Garden Mart along with their archive of interesting gardening questions.
Let's check out what the weather is going to be like around the world.
Or at the Weather Channel .
Here is a Map that you can use to find your way around the United States.
A good site for students to find information is at the American Library Association's For all students no matter what their interest, there is something at Channel One .
FIRN -- The Florida Information Resources Network
Go to the main pathway .
Go to the Square Foot Garden pathway
Go to the General pathway