Thursday, November 10, 2011

IFAS in the news, 11/10

Good morning. Before everyone scoots out for the long weekend, here is today's IFAS news:

Lab tests show Salmonella can migrate through plant to fruit

Nuisance spiraling whitefly spreads from Miami-Dade, now in Marco Island (Collier)

Florida study shows corn plants help control spider mites

NBC2 Investigates: Organic or Not? (Lee)

More than 1,500 lionfish removed during 2011 Florida Keys lionfish derby series (Monroe)

Local resources (Broward),0,5213087.story

Summit looks at government economies of scale (Monroe)

A smattering of science, health, state and local news:

Students Clash With Police in Unrest After Announcement

Study questions benefits of reducing sodium in diet

AL county files for largest municipal bankruptcy

Africa's Western Black Rhino declared extinct

Australia passes plain-packaging cigarette law

Cancer treatment shows promise for rapid weight loss,0,5914182.story

Longtime NPR journalist Carl Kasell speaking today at UF

Students give up free speech for free food

Sean could be the final 2011 hurricane

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