Thursday, August 30, 2012

IFAS in the News, 8/27

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Monday, Aug. 27


The Buzz: Fly Control, Florida Style

Farmers, Researchers Exchange Info at Peanut Day

Local Woman Working to Fulfill A-Maze-Ing Dream

LSU Scientist Honored for Wetlands Work (additional item on Ramesh Reddy)

State Nursery Association Honors Lakeland Gardener

Garden Q&A: When Is It Time to Put Amaryllis Plants in the Ground?

Garden Q&A: Heat, Humidity Not Always Friends of Eggplant

Fall: Florida’s Best Gardening Season Seminar (Okaloosa County)

Garden Column: Stink Bugs Are Pests on Many Edible and Ornamental Plants

Keith Fuller: Learn Which Fruit Trees Grow Best Here

Gardening: Sweet Acacia Good Florida Tree

Nun’s Orchid Blooms Irresistible to Many

Sooty Mold Is Taking Toll on Lemon Tree

Microwave Frozen Meals Thoroughly to Be Safe

Local 4-H Starting Cooking Club (Jackson County)

Escambia and Santa Rosa Extension to Host Master Naturalist Program

Beads & Boos: Don’t Repeat Myths (Like the One About Florida Researchers Inventing Love Bugs)

In the Know: What’s That Butterfly? What Happened to Kirkland’s?

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Of Interest…

New Tropical Storm Warning as Isaac Approaches

West Nile Virus Infections on Track to Shatter Record

Area Religious Leaders Again Call on Publix to Raise Tomato Pickers’ Pay

UF Faculty Want Next President to Have Experience, Credentials

The Long, Sad History of the Empty Ballpark in Homestead, Florida



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