Thursday, January 31, 2013

IFAS in the news, 1/30

Good morning! Here is today’s IFAS news – some of it prompted by IFAS Communications news releases:


This Old House – check out Dr. Lance Osborne (sporting his IFAS shirt) in scene 4:,,,00.html

Report: Cougars saved their cat cousins, the Florida panthers


The Florida Panther Was Saved By Its Cougar Cousin From Texas, Report Says


Apps also an aid in gardens


St. Lucie County Extension Office’s multi-county citrus agent Timothy Gaver recognized for service to citrus industry


UF IFAS professors discover one-phase rice-growing technique

Rice grown without paddies can feed drought-stricken communities, expert says



USDA Announces Winners of 2013 Agricultural Outlook Forum Student Diversity Program (graduate winner)

4th International Symposium on Tomato Diseases

Locals agree immigration reform needed


News & Notes (St. Johns – under “landscape design”)


Ceremony honoring the Four Chaplains, urban farming seminar, book drive among events (Pinellas – 4th item in string)


VIDEO: Cute Poem About 2013 Florida State Fair!  (Hillsborough – 4-H)





Other news:


Transplant Recipient Describes New Arms as 'Amazing'


Cats kill up to 3.7B birds annually


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