Wednesday, July 11, 2012

IFAS in the news, 7/10

Good morning! Here is today's IFAS news:

Florida farmer conference will teach about running a successful small operation

Scout carefully for tomato thrips

Garden Q & A: Fringed bluestar plants conspicuous only when blooming (Duval)

Study to evaluate nutrient recycling on local farm will protect and save water (Suwannee)

Farmer's Markets: Is the food safe to eat?

WSSA Highlights Upcoming Conference on Invasive Aquatic Plants

Nominate Your Favorite Agriculturalist for Farm City Week (Manatee)

Wakulla Residents Looking to Rebuild After Debby

Other news of note:

Student football season tickets still not sold out

Arnold Grobman, early director of Florida Musuem of Natural History, dies at age 94

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