Thursday, March 15, 2012

IFAS in the news, 3/15

Good morning! Here's your Thursday IFAS news roundup:

Ground broken for new extension office (Okaloosa)

Research explores suitability of drip irrigation for spuds

Celebrating the Carr family cabin (Marion)

Some Former Citrus Growers Turn to Peach Farming

Florida boating and waterway management conference coming (Charlotte)

Advances in SPLAT CLM, MalEx rein in citrus pest

Cooks can hone skills in local classes (Orange),0,2043154.column

Reasons for St. Augustine lawn winter kill can vary (Clay)

Ransom FFA Takes Part In 'Ag On The Hill' (Escambia)

UF/IFAS MREC Research Update and Field Day

Higher ed, science, and local:

Santa Monica College to offer two-tier course pricing,0,5085401.story

A field guide to the middle-class U.S. family

Storm dumps lots of hail on Gainesville

Virginia Tech to review negligence verdict in 2007 shooting rampage

H.O.T. Clay Pottery Sale

Brother Jed camps out at Fresno State this week

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