Monday, August 6, 2012

IFAS in the news, 8/2

Good morning. Here is today's IFAS-related news:

Anthony Westbury: Goodbye to the bug man who made us laugh (St. Lucie)

A day of giving back for 300 4-H teens from across Florida (Alachua)

UF/IFAS experts find feral hog control efforts often fail, now investigating why

Earn a CORE CEU from Citrus Industry Magazine

Treasure Coast Golf Calendar: Aug. 2, 2012

Judge expunges arrest from ex-prof's record

Florida Ag Expo now open for registration (Hillsborough)

Peanut Profitability Award program recognizes 2012 class

Ten Hot Plants For Summer Yards (Okeechobee)

Locals are sweet on products of the hive (Orange)

Other news:

Next UF president must be able to accept 'warts' of the job, panel told

Florida Polytechnic University trustees hold first meeting

UF's rack policy under new scrutiny after letter to magazine

UF HIV/AIDS expert awarded prestigious science and policy fellowship

Actor Justin Long cajoles UF students to cast an informed vote

The Bartram reopens; residents begin moving in

Men stabbed on campus, two suspects at large

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