Friday, October 14, 2011

IFAS in the news, 10/13

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

University of Florida Agricultural Center Closed for the Day Due to Fire (Brevard)

Citrus forecast hits sweet spot for growers

The Goods on watercress: Another reason to eat green (Duval)

2012 Ag-Communication Scholarships Available

Scott Names Three to Environmental Regulation Commission

County commissioners approve proposed fly-in resort community

Pine genetics producing trait-specific trees

New Pine Breeding Technique May Help Trees Adapt to Climate Change

Beekeeping classes to begin next month (Panhandle)|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Tree breeding technique identified for better bioenergy use

Invasive plant seminar in Santa Rosa County (Santa Rosa)|head

Find out how their garden grows (Leon)|newswell|text|frontpage|p

How to stop an armadillo from digging up your yard (Hillsborough)

Hook, Line & Sinker: Free hunter safety class offered (Okaloosa)|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Learn effective ways to conserve energy (Citrus)


Editorial: Yahoo Education (opinion)

Educating Gabriel, 13, an off-the-charts prodigy

Scientists Solve Puzzle of Black Death's DNA

Scott unveils complex job creation plan

Occupy Gainesville begins, with a small crowd for now

Florida GOP vs. Social Science

Students learn where milk comes from (Alachua)

Al-Qaida becoming irrelevant, CNN analyst tells UF audience

RTS bus ridership reaches record-breaking high this year

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