Monday, July 16, 2012

IFAS in the news, 7/16

Good morning! Lots of IFAS-related news from the weekend and today:

Citrus + Vegetable: Program Helps Educate The Public About Ag, The Environment

There are plenty of alternatives to impatiens (Hillsborough)

Cooperative citrus pest-control effort sparks optimism

Citrus fruit laser etching technology offers alternative to labels -- developer

Mosquitoes flourish in storm aftermath (Marion)

Onset of summer throws up pest problem

Flagler extension notes: Equestrian Flyers seeks riders

Garden Q & A: Motor oil in your garden? Start purging with kitty litter (Duval)

Downy mildew has impatiens looking down and out (Alachua/Marion)

What does this column and President Lincoln have in common? (Okaloosa)

4-H'ers earn speaking honors (St. Johns)

Inmates serve, learn on prison farm (SLIDESHOW) (Walton)

Why stores don't want you swapping their eggs around (Hillsborough)

Other news:

Heat Leaves Ranchers a Stark Option: Sell

The Big War Over a Small Fruit

The Ecology of Disease

University of Florida senior TJ Vogel wins US Amateur Publinks, spot in 2013 Masters

Scott wants cancer care in Florida better orchestrated

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