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Florida Loquat Festival News #25 – October 2017

Oct 01, 2017 No Comments by

Florida Loquat Festival News – No. 25 October 2017 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 25 October 1, 2017 Loquat buds and Hill Country Red Okra Loquat budding season coincides with the peak of the okra harvest season. […]

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Guest Column: What Irma Taught Us

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

What Irma Taught Us Dell deChant Remembering Donna I was six years old in 1960 when hurricane Donna scared the dickens out of me.  Irma followed a similar path, and I suspect it was just as scary to six-year-olds today as Donna was to me in our little house on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg. […]

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Florida Loquat Special Edition – Hurricane Irma Damage

Sep 22, 2017 No Comments by

Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 24 September 20, 2017 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event SPECIAL EDITION Hurricane Irma Our thoughts of care, comfort, and positive expectancy are shared with all readers and subscribers to the Florida Loquat News. As most readers know, […]

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Florida Loquat Festival News #23 – June 2017

Jun 10, 2017 No Comments

Florida Loquat Festival News – No. 23 June 2017 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 23 June  17, 2017 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event  Here is Your Post-Festival issue of the […]

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Florida Loquat Festival News – No. 22

Apr 03, 2017 No Comments

Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 22 April 2017 2017 Festival Edition Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event THIS COMING SATURDAY, APRIL 8 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. FLORIDA LOQUAT FESTIVAL Frances Avenue Park New Port Richey Getting There The 4th Annual Florida Loquat […]

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Florida Loquat Festival News #21 – March

Mar 20, 2017 No Comments

Florida Loquat Festival News – No. 21 March 2017 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event 2017 Festival Almost Here Mark Your Calendars The Florida Loquat Festival April 8, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Frances Avenue Park New Port Richey Barbara & Sylvia during recent harvest at Don & […]

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Florida Loquat Festival News #20 – February 2017

Feb 13, 2017 No Comments

Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event 2017 Florida Loquat Festival Fast Approaching Mark Your Calendars! April 8, 2017 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Frances Avenue Park New Port Richey Mark Your Calendars The 2017 Florida Loquat Festival will be Saturday April 8. Mark your calendars and make arrangements now […]

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Florida Loquat Festival News – #19 January 2017

Jan 09, 2017 No Comments

Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event 2017 Florida Loquat Festival April 8, 2017 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Frances Avenue Park, New Port Richey Mark Your Calendars Friends, Supporters, and Patrons at the 2106 Florida Loquat Festival The 2017 Florida Loquat Festival will be Saturday April 8. Mark your calendars […]

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Loquat News #18 – October 2016

Oct 10, 2016 No Comments

Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 18 October 15, 2016 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Growers Update Budding and Flowering Continues Tiny Fruit Appearing The 2016-2017 budding and flowering season continues, and the first tiny fruit can be observed on some trees. This […]

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Climate Change and the Florida Fall

Sep 30, 2016 1 Comment

by Dell deChant As the fall of 2016 begins with the autumnal equinox (September 22), here in this part of Florida most folks are probably aware that we’ve had an usually hot summer – which is saying something for the Tampa Bay Region.  This should not be too much of a surprise however, since August […]

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