Thursday, January 5, 2012

IFAS in the news, 1/5

Good morning! Today's IFAS-related news:

Why pythons should eat politicians (opinion/Miami-Dade)

Cold snap destroys 60,000 acres of bean crops valued at up to $300,000 in western Palm Beach County

Cotton took a wild ride in 2011

Local growers escape freeze threat; warm up on the way (Collier)

Solutions to keep your resolutions (Brevard)|head

Blueberries, strawberries, citrus survive Hernando's deep freeze

South Dade crops avoid severe damage from cold (Miami-Dade)

Other news of note:

Looking Ahead: 2012 Food Politics (opinion)

Deadly parasite turns Bay Area honeybees into zombie slaves

Former UF dean named president of University of New Mexico

FDA Bans Certain Uses Of Antibiotics In Food-Producing Animals

Crops Escape Devastation From Low Temperatures

EPA's dioxin dilemma puts farmers, ranchers in a pickle

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