Thursday, September 8, 2011

IFAS in the news, 9/7

Good morning! Here is your mid-week IFAS news:

Early reports indicate citrus health management areas are working

Florida tomato conference opens with food safety spotlight

New Tasti-Lee tomato gaining acceptance

Cooperative Extension Service offers free marketing service

Jono Miller: Overpruned palms at risk of insect attack (opinion)

Hernando County Cooperative Extension Service seeks Master Gardener applicants


U.S. Smoking Rates Dropping Slowly

Tick-borne parasite may be creeping into blood supply

UF halts block tuition, approves benefit changes

China's spilled secrets (opinion),0,4630211.story

UF student dies after being run over in road

UF public speaking teacher dies while diving in Mexico

Great Scot: UF now has its own official plaid

Textbook rentals on the rise

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