Monday, October 24, 2011

IFAS in the news, 10/24

Good morning! The week's first IFAS news roundup:

Crop scientists now fret about heat not just water

Laurel-wilt disease kills Florida's bay trees - avocados next? (Volusia)

Fight continues over septic tanks

Fruitful trees: Life giving you lemons can be a good thing, residents say (Santa Rosa)

Catching the eye of a butterfly

Learn about lawns, bugs and livestock at this year's tri-county fair (Okaloosa)

Home grown vegetables are worth the effort

Appearances can deceive: Bugs aren't harming citrus tree (Volusia)

Too warm for eggplants to flower (Miami-Dade)

Garden Q&A: Houseplants do better with untreated water (Duval)

Club Notes (St. Johns)

Higher ed/local/sports:

State University System under scrutiny by current and former lawmakers

Could Florida face a college student brain drain?

Dead or alive: Researchers tag calves on Immokalee-area ranches to track panther prey

Tim Tebow leads Broncos to win

Shaquille O'Neal to speak at the O'Dome Tuesday

Parking garage shooting victim dies, two suspects arrested

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