Monday, April 23, 2012

IFAS in the news, 4/23

Good morning! Here is the week's first batch of IFAS news:

University of Florida selected for $125 million partnership with India

Students set to plant sea oats (Flagler)

County's green thumbs give back as Master Gardeners (Marion)

Palm frond damage caused by the palm leaf skeletonizer (Alachua)

Bugs soon should be more plentiful, even bigger (Alachua/Marion)

Tulip is not a good fit for Florida gardens (Hillsborough)

As crocodile numbers grow, so do encounters with people, pets

Farm workers feted (St. Johns)

How to water to establish a lawn (Okaloosa)

Mites causing spots, but they're harmless (Miami-Dade)

Earth, wind and desire to protect our planet

UF, local:

How Governor Rick Scott is Sabotaging Florida's Universities

Two sides of downtown: Burgeoning tech world, homeless on plaza (Alachua)

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