Friday, September 28, 2012

IFAS in the news, 9/26

Good morning! Today's IFAS news:

New museum exhibit shows world's water needs

Farmers' market phonies raise ire of some customers - but not all, UF researchers say

Brown tide ebbs, but it may return to Mosquito Lagoon (Brevard)

New statute to enforce safe fertilizing methods (Santa Rosa)

John Chesnut Park ravaged by laurel wilt (Pinellas)

AP Housing Authority cultivating opportunity in Self Sufficiency Garden (Highlands)

Make October energy action month (Pinellas)

Local news briefs (Polk)

Pomegranates possible cash crop Florida?

UF area:

Search for missing student centered in southwest Gainesville

Accrediting group names Gainesville hospital a top performer

Cows eating "candy" corn

Hitt: If budget cuts continue, UCF may have to limit enrollment

Florida Black Bass Management Plan-First Year Results

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