Friday, August 31, 2012

IFAS in the news, 8/31

Good morning. Here is the week's final IFAS-in-the-news roundup. Have a great weekend!

Citrus Industry eNews: Tweaking ACPS; Orange Tree Thefts

Growing Wise (Pinellas)

Endangered Schaus swallowtail butterfly may be all but gone

Garden Q&A: There's a way to save a tree that has a crack (Duval)

Home Front: news from the home improvement community (Lee)

Power outage? Keep food safe after storm (Santa Rosa)

Hunter Safety Course Offered (Escambia)

UF, other news:

UF research funding hits $644.4 million in 2012, surpassing non-stimulus record

Last 'Blue Moon' Until 2015 Lights Up Night Sky Tonight

Police searching for armed man in Shands garage altercation

Machen marvels over UF's success at providing access

Programs look at Harry Potter, science and medicine

Beyond Wind and Rain: Isaac Could Stir Up Oil

Easton Corbin is more than a little country

UF Supreme Court passes referendum about racks

Long, Hot Summer Sends Food Prices Soaring

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