Wednesday, October 3, 2012

IFAS in the news, 10/3

Good morning! Today's IFAS news roundup:

UF/IFAS part of team to receive $9 million USDA citrus greening grant

Buyers may not understand risks in coastal purchases, new UF study shows

Registration open for Environmental Studies course (IRREC)

County offering classes on energy efficiency (Pinellas)

Dogs trained to find bed bugs near OIA (Orange)

Morningside hosts 'Are you ready to start your vegetable garden?' (St. Lucie)

Ernst: Yards finally get more Florida-friendly (Sarasota)

Senior Bulletin (Orange)

Local news briefs (Polk - page 2)

Community News (Hillsborough -- second item)

New logo for Holmes County approved (Holmes)

WHITEFLY: New pest invades Beach trees and plants (Lee)

Health, national and local news:

Canadian Beef Recall Poses Danger To U.S. Consumers, USDA Says

Fostering Tech Talent in Schools

Study: Arts have $85M impact on local economy

UF receives portion of grant for water reseach

Man in downtown shooting identified as Columbia resident

UF discovery of mouse that regenerates tissue could help advance limb care

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