Wednesday, June 1, 2011

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Tuesday, May 31, 2011.


South Florida's Nursery Industry: Alive and Growing

Why Some People Are Mosquito Magnets

After 20 Years, Highlands Children Back at Camp Cloverleaf (Highlands County)

City Keeps Eye Out for Formosan Termites (St. Johns County)

Restaurant Wins Wakulla Business of the Year (another award went to Wakulla County extension)

Pumpkin Takes Heat in Vegetable Bed

Weekend Gardening: Outwit and Outlast Those Troublesome Armadillos

Garden Help: Learn How to Become a Master Gardener

Garden Q&A: The Best Way to Fertilize Tomatoes

How Does Your Garden Grow? (Lee County)

Experts Don't Ease Worries Over Sludge (Polk County)

June Begins Time for Watching Your Water Ways (Flagler County)

Special Hurricane Preparations for the Elderly

Of Interest...

As Food Prices Spike Again, Aid Agency Warns Cost of Staples Will Double in 20 Years

Seafood Fraud: Old Tricks May Soon Be Foiled by New Technology

Death Toll Rises to 13 in E. Coli Outbreak

The U.S. Postal Service Nears Collapse

UF Pitcher Johnson Struck in Head by Ball

Hungry Beetles to Be Set Loose on Invasive Everglades Plants

Fans Camp Overnight to Get Tim Tebow's Signature on His New Autobiography

Miamian, Former Gator Carlos Alvarez Humbled by College Hall Honor

Tom Nordlie
Bldg. 116, UF main campus
(352) 273-3567

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