Thursday, January 31, 2013

IFAS in the news, 1/31

Good morning! Today’s IFAS news, some of it prompted by UF or IFAS Communications news releases:


My apologies for yesterday’s bad link for the Ask This Old House episode. This one (Scene 4) should work (I hope).,,20665197,00.html


U.S. Water Supply Not as Threatened as Believed, Study Finds


Study: U.S. water shortage is not so dire


Garden Q&A: March usually the time to cut back hibiscus (Duval)


Pine Grove Elementary harvests learning and vegetables (Hernando)


Citrus Greening Will Ruin Morning OJ, No Matter How You Slice It

‘Grubbing around’ for the problem with your lawn (Clay)

This January was on-the-charts hot in Southwest Florida



Get outdoors this February at Weedon Island Preserve (Pinellas – multiple IFAS briefs)


Brooker Creek Preserve welcomes 2013 (more Pinellas IFAS mentions)




UF, local and other news:

Harn exhibit features more than 100 original prints by Rembrandt and others


Patty Andrews dies at 94; Andrews Sisters' last surviving member,0,4952137.story


Campus construction would cut down trees


Universities are part of legislators' 5-point agenda


UFmobile developer shuts down popular iPhone app


Students debate outcome of Harry Potter, Luke Skywalker duel


UF smothers South Carolina for ninth straight win


Freeze expected tonight




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