Monday, November 28, 2011

IFAS in the news, 11/28

Good morning and welcome back to work. Here is the week's first IFAS news scan:

Update of Promising Advanced Citrus Production System Research

Why your breakfast banana may become an endangered species

Use wood, bricks for raised beds (Hillsborough)

Garden Q & A: Things to know about the plant peperomia (Duval)

Be careful to not overuse pesticides (Okaloosa)

Newspapers don't fight nematodes (Miami-Dade)

Florida Co-op Hosts Cattle Show (Hardee/4-H)

BUSINESS CALENDAR: November 28, 2011 (first item/Santa Rosa)|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Other news:

Climate talks open on ever-rising emissions

Director of UF Innovation Hub inspiring creativity

Sources: Meyer takes Ohio State job

Donovan can reach 400th win against Stetson tonight

Petition against Scott-signed diplomas gaining steam

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