Monday, December 17, 2012

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Monday, Dec. 17.


Charlotte County Project Works for Scallop Restoration

Tips for Avoiding Fake Grouper

Snakes on a Plain...Python Hunt Announced

Orlando Sentinel Family Fund: Food Bank's Cooking Program Provides Tasty Alternative

Achievers column (two UF/IFAS faculty members named AAAS Fellows)

In the Know: Is a New Bug Infesting Palm Trees in Collier County?

Amaryllis Bulbs Require Careful Placement

Garden Q&A: White Spots on Sago Palm Are Scale Insects -- and They Can Kill the Plant

Just One Bamboo Plant Can Make a Big Impact in Landscape

Budding Christmas Cactus in Holiday Spirit

Of Interest...

Obama at Newtown Vigil: US 'Will Have to Change"

Doyle Conner, Longtime Florida Ag Commissioner, Dies at 83

Massive New Surveillance Program Uncovered by Wall Street Journal

Keep Thimerosal in Vaccines: Pediatricians

Why Brown Is the New Green

A Historic Vote on a Catch Limit for Menhaden

Water District Will Retain Most of Its Conservation Lands in Alachua County

Tom Nordlie
Bldg. 116, UF main campus
(352) 273-3567

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