Monday, August 15, 2011

IFAS in the news, 8/15

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

Fruit tree is not fruitful (Miami-Dade)

Bougainvillea blues and tangelo foot rot (Alachua)

Aquaculture growing, but learn the basics (Flagler)

Information helps identify, remove snakes from home (Hillsborough)

Fresh connection (Hillsborough)

Dave Duncan is on the cusp of another ag phenomenon: A solution to nematodes (Alachua)

Trees to consider for Florida landscapes (Okaloosa)

Hernando County events Aug. 14-20 (under "Wednesday")

Gardening advice: Why Knock Out roses eventually suffer in concrete planters (Duval)

Business calendar: Aug. 15-26 (Santa Rosa -- under "seminars")|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Addition of artificial reefs good for anglers, economy (Manatee)

UF, local and national news:

Generation Vexed: Young Americans rein in their dreams,0,3614698.story

Mexican Marine Reserve Sees Huge Jump in Fish

Tainted beef leads to grocery recalls

Agency looks looks into Mims teen's death|topnews|text|Local%20News

It's not expected to cool down anytime soon

Before you booze, make sure you know the rules

Students have options when purchasing textbooks

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