Monday, April 18, 2011

IFAS in the News

Good morning, here is IFAS in the News for Monday, April 18.


For anyone who was not aware, Friday, April 15 was a sad day for the entire IFAS community, as Dr. E.T. York passed away. His contributions to UF, the state of Florida, agriculture and efforts to end world hunger are immeasurable.




E.T. York, Ex-Chancellor and Founder of IFAS, Dies at 88


Former Fla. University Chancellor E.T. York Dies


E.T. York, Founder of IFAS, Dies


Former VP, IFAS Founder York Dies at 88


Editorial: E.T. York’s Town


Bill Regulating Local Fertilizer Ordinances Passes Florida House Unanimously


Researchers Collect “Signals Intelligence” on Insect Pests


Orange Juice – Seven New Studies on the Benefits of Orange Juice Discussed


London’s Calling for Golden Girl Gemma


Research Holds Key to Charting Food Safety’s Future


Citrus County Utilities Offers Customer Rebate Program


Garden Help: Taking Care of Slime Molds in Your Landscape


Garden Q&A: Pruning Strategies for Landscape-Planted Poinsettias


Ask Dr. Hort: Answers to Citrus Questions on Bay Area Readers’ Minds


Julie Mango Is Wilting


Talk Biodiversity at Land Workshop in St. Peters


Of Interest…


Former UF Provost Andrew Sorensen Dies at 72


Tornado Aftermath: Midwest, South Cleans Up After Series of Twisters


Nine Months to End Japan’s Nuclear Crisis, Plant Owner Estimates


Scientists: Gulf Health Nearly at Pre-Spill Level


One Year After Spill, Where’s the Oil?


Shell Shock: Chinese Demand Reshapes U.S. Pecan Business


Price of Tomatoes Has a Lot to Do With These Thefts  


Florida Gymnast Marissa King Wins NCAA Vault Championship


Echavarria, Florida Men’s Golf Win SEC Championship


Tom Nordlie

Science Communications Coordinator

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL


Direct Line 352-273-3567


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