Thursday, April 19, 2012

IFAS in the news, 4/18

Good morning! Lots of IFAS-related hits today:

Buying local produce increasing in popularity (Alachua)

Master Gardeners recognized (Okaloosa)

Stronach triggers schedule change (Marion)

Leon County: Time to Start Building Better

Fatty Acid Webinars for Dairy Nutritionists

Beat the Heat: Temperatures affect dairy cows

Farming aquarium species to save them

Voice of nursery industry retires, but not really (Hillsborough)

Forgetting size troubles, Florida farmers' future tastes peachy (Hernando)

Creating the perfect tomato (Hillsborough)

Pinecrest adjusts tree-trimming rules (Miami-Dade)

Sure Shots 4-H Club sweeps Florida 4-H State Shotgun Match (Washington)

In other news:

Police: Student monitored scanner, warned underage drinkers

Fla. energy bill becomes law, includes biofuel tax exemptions

Scott agrees to $300 million cut in university funding

Parade: Gainesville is America's 6th hardest working town

... And Love Handles for All (opinion)

Top U.S. colleges to offer free classes online

Report to Gov. Rick Scott contends GatorCare could be costly to state

Spill panel slams Congress over inaction on safety

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