Monday, August 6, 2012

IFAS in the news, 8/6

Good morning and welcome back to work. Here is some IFAS-related news from the weekend:

Extension Farm Field Day Planned (Escambia)

It isn't the color that makes a delicious tomato

Strange beetles are digging in the yard (Marion)

Growing a successful vegetable garden (Pinellas)

4-H'ers experience many opportunities at summer camps (St. Johns)

Help! Snails are eating up the garden (Hillsborough)

A Simple Secret to Successful Families

Barley earns heart-smart bragging rights (Hillsborough)

Eyes on the beads (St. Johns - 4-H)

Other news:

Rain will stick around for most of the week (local)

Social Security not the deal it once was for workers

Touchdown: NASA rover Curiosity lands on Mars

Sikh temple shooting victims in critical condition

CDC: Increase seen in new swine flu strain

USA swim coach: 'no complaints'

Florida's Claye wins Bronze in long jump

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