Monday, April 9, 2012

IFAS in the news, 4/9

Good morning! Here is IFAS news from today and some holdover stories from the weekend:

Water Wise Irrigation Workshop Offered (Polk)

Crocodile numbers grow in South Florida

Agriculture officials try to curb spread of citrus-killing disease in Southern California

How to rid yourself of armadillo digging (Duval)

Four Polk students to attend national competition

Travel & Park Briefs: April 8, 2012 (St. Johns - last brief in string)

Pesticide Applicator Training Course Offered

Warm winter affects fruit harvests (Highlands)

Soil pH happens ... Just manage it! (Alachua/Marion)

Stay away from at-risk impatiens (Hillsborough)

Manatee County Extension Water School, April 26-27, 2012

A review of watering rules (Miami-Dade)

Other news:

Endangered Blue Butterfly Receives Federal Protection

Smoke from brush fires rolling through region (Gainesville area)

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