Friday, September 21, 2012

IFAS in the news, 9/21

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

Sea-level rise threatens endangered rabbit far more than development, research finds

Oyster collapse hitting Cedar Key hardest

Single-Study Syndrome and the G.M.O. Food Fight (NYT - opinion)

Citrus Industry eNews: Boyd Grove Update; Canker Control

Jennifer Trefelner: Watersheds workshop series to be informative and fun (St. Lucie)

Milking lighting to boost production

Greening legislation clears key hurdle

Fall Garden Fertilization (Gulf)

Local, science news:

Arctic expert predicts final collapse of sea ice within four years

West Nile detected for first time this year in Alachua County

University of Florida joins in national voter registration day festivities

UF police vigilant after week of bomb threats on college campuses

Science-themed bar stays in business with help from donors

Newberry firm gets $100,000 grant for chemo/radiation drink developed at UF

Students, faculty march in response to hate crime

Number of people locally on public assistance soars

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