Monday, July 9, 2012

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Thursday, July 5.


Pat Hogue, Debbie Clements, Dan Culbert and Courtney Davis: Celebrating 150 Years of Critical Land-Grant College Legislation at the University of Florida

Drouillard Developed "Natural Light Labeling" in His Garage

Hunt But Don't Eat Invasive Lionfish; Toxin May Make You Sick

The Fertilizer Institute Adds Staff Member

Heavy Rains Flood Gardens, Leaving Gardeners to Rethink How They Plant

Too Much Rain Causes Damage to Lawns, Plants

Ed Gilman Gives Tree Pruning Masterclass at Barcham Trees Big Barn Conference

U.S. Tomatoes, Perfect Except for Taste

District Plants 100 Trees, to Improve Water Quality

Of Interest...

WikiLeaks Has Data From 2.4 Million Syrian E-mails,0,4177079.story

Jobless Claims Post Biggest Fall Since April

UF Physicists Help Find Elusive Particle

Quality Medicine (new UF&Shands facility opens in East Gainesville)

Water Democracy: Even as Supply Threatens to Run Out, Public Shows Little Interest

Many Americans Have Throwback Fourth Without Power

Former USS Mohawk Is Now a County Reef

Rise of Pigeon Fever in Florida

Coming Soon: Nitrogen Reduction Credits

Tom Nordlie
Bldg. 116, UF main campus
(352) 273-3567

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