Wednesday, July 6, 2011

IFAS in the news, 7/6

Good morning! Here is today's IFAS-related news:

Pesky whitefly infestations make sticky mess across South Florida (Miami-Dade),0,2064901.story

Florida drought hinders whitefly fight (Miami-Dade)

On The Agenda: 'CPS Investment Advisors,' 'Small Farms Conference'

Dragon fruit becomes trendy|head

The Main Event: Worm Composting Lecture (Pasco County)

European E. coli outbreak top-of-mind at CPS symposium

4-H Horse Specialty Club members get hands-on experience (Marion County)

Events in Hernando in July (4th item)

Maria Sonnenberg: Downtown Titusville stays open for final shuttle launch (Brevard County, fourth item)

Recent rains not enough to reverse dry conditions in Lee, other Southwest Florida counties|topnews|text|Home

Health/UF/state news:

Eating Less Salt May Not Lower Risk of Heart Disease

Shands and UF expanding reach into Gainesville community

Experts surprised Anthony wasn't convicted on lesser charge

Space shuttle's legacy: Soaring in orbit and costs

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