Monday, October 17, 2011

IFAS in the news, 10/17

Good morning! Here is today's IFAS news:

Bee workshop scheduled (Escambia)

Chickens, goats and bees may be Waldo's newest residents (Alachua)

Fall leaves help control weeds (Okaloosa)

Tackling plant disease problems (Marion)

Garden Q & A: Zinnias need full sun and space to fend off fungus (Duval)

Morningside Library hosting 'Vegetable Gardening for the Homeowner' on Oct. 22 (St. Lucie)

Annoying whiteflies expanding their Keys reach (Monroe)

Time to add bulbs to your landscape (Pinellas)

Garden Q&A: Don't pour old pesticides into storm drains (Duval)

Home and garden events for the week of Oct. 15 (Volusia)

Stone crab season starts with reports of below-average catches (Collier)

Researchers study bacteria that slows coral-destroying disease

Local/science news:

South Korean Scientist Clones Coyote

Climate change means smaller animals

Editorial: PECO shrinks

Occupy Gainesville gains momentum, international attention

Anthroplogy among popular majors in UF college

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