Monday, November 14, 2011

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Monday, Nov. 14.


Salmonella Can Enter Tomatoes Through Leaves

Artificial Reefs' Effect on Fish Populations Comes Under Question

Slouching Toward a Bananapocalypse?

Food Safety, Labor Issues Discussed at Florida Ag Expo

Two-Day Blitz Should Shed Light on Bluebirds in Florida

Scientists Create Hybrid Grapefruit Safe for Heart Patients

Weathering the Storm (Florida agriculture and the recession)

Food: It's More Than Meets the Eye

A Primer on Common Food Additives

India Scientist Makes Breakthrough in U.S. Citrus Industry

4-H Has a History of Experiences

The Green Revolution: When Does It Become Reality?

Frank Bouis: The World Was Citrusman's Orange

Andrew Stygar Named to Upper Division Honors Program

Water Conservation Becoming an Economic Necessity

Lake's Hidden Gem: Horse Lovers' Paradise

Strawberries King in Hillsborough Agriculture

Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory Course at University of Florida Fort Pierce

Volusia County Plans Farm Tour

Some Came to Look, Most Came to Buy at Sale (Hernando County)

Fall Isn't End, But Beginning for Some Veggies

Gardening Advice: Here's Some Help for Tomato Growing Next Spring

Spiraling Whitefly Needs to Be Treated

Garden Q&A: Confederate Roses Still Popular in Southern Gardens

Website Helps Southeast Cattlemen Weather Price Risk

New Mango Resources Added to Pomology Magazine

New Cabbage Resources Added to Website

Of Interest...

European Stocks Decline as Italian Yields Rise; Banks Retreat

Pacific Trade Pact Boosted by U.S. Neighbors,8599,2099379,00.html

Cost, Need Questioned in $433-Million Smallpox Drug Deal,0,4293298.story?track=lat-pick

Syria Calls Suspension From Arab League a Dangerous Move

Why Americans Won't Do Dirty Jobs

Urban Meyer Releases Statement About Coaching Future

"Ditch of Dreams" Author to Speak Nov. 17 at Santa Fe College

Town Looks to Enact Emergency Ordinance to Combat Whiteflies; to Hold Monday Meeting

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

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