Thursday, June 2, 2011

IFAS in the news, 6/2

Good morning! Today's IFAS news:

USU Names Vice President for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies

John Hayes named interim dean for UF/IFAS research

Pomegranates could become new cash crop for Florida, UF researcher says

Large grasshoppers invading Port St. Lucie neighborhood, eating everything green,-eating-everything-green

Divers record close encounter with hammerhead shark in FL (Collier)

Garden Q&A: Tips on use of fresh camphor wood chips in landscape and gardens (Duval)

Learn all about canning at Clay County food preservation session

Lots of lobster issues on the table for feds

Book edited by extension agent wins award

In other news:

World Health Organization Says Virulent E. Coli Strain Was Previously Unknown

Pyramid versus Plate: What Should the USDA's Food Chart Look Like?

'Worms from hell' unearth possibilities for extraterrestrial life

Our Views: Strengthen higher-ed (opinion piece)

Study: UF graduates get bang for their tuition buck

WRUF-TV now showing 24/7 weather

Spurrier proposes pay-for-play plan at SEC meetings

Black bear in search of mate

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