Monday, October 31, 2011

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Monday, Oct. 31.


Fighting Against Florida's Alien Invaders

Ag Chancellor Keeps Farming on Cutting Edge

Crop Scientists Eye Dangers of Heat

Giant African Snail Invading Parts of Miami-Dade

Volusia-Flagler Mosquito Invasion Has Officials Waging War

Area Beef Cattle Producers Attend Beef/Forage Day

Volusia County Fair Organizers Hope to Build on Tradition, Recent Success

New Resources Added to Olericulture Magazine

Evil Weevils Killed Palm Tree

How Does Your Cosmos Grow? Gardener Shares His Gift for Growing

Garden Q&A: Several Plants Can Survive in Shady Days of Winter

Master Gardeners Donate to School (Hernando County)

Eco-Nomic Living Expo Needs Vendors (Okaloosa County)

Fall and Winter Lawn Care

Who Really Has Time to Garden?

Of Interest...

Rare, Deadly October Snowstorm Strikes U.S. Northeast

"7 Billionth" Babies Celebrated Worldwide

Bangkok Expected to Escape Worst of Flooding

UF Researcher Studies Bacterial Dangers of Public Bathrooms

An Effort to Spark Innovation

East Bay Oyster Die-Off a Mystery

Tom Nordlie
Bldg. 116, UF main campus
(352) 273-3567

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