Monday, December 10, 2012

IFAS in the news, 12/10

Good morning! Today’s IFAS news:

Q&A with Matt Cohen: Tracking elements through ecosystems in Florida’s springs

Hillsborough growers and researchers create tastier tomato

The New Normal, climate change is real (Palm Beach)

UF Oyster Recovery Team updates Apalachicola producers, leaders on recovery project

Crop rotation a must for control of black rot disease (Marion)

Gardening: Red poinsettias are the Christmas plant of choice, but many colors, combinations available (Duval)

DeLeon Springs family hold on to citrus way of life (Volusia)

What's blooming in the Bette S. Walker Discovery Garden? (Hillsborough)



Other news, opinion:

Editorial: Virtual State U

To Steer Students Toward Jobs, Florida May Cut Tuition for Select Majors


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