Friday, July 12, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 7/10

Florida small farms conference returns Aug. 2-4; early registration ends July 12



Buyers say tomato research gives them leverage


Heavy rains could mean more mosquitoes


Hands-on food-modification training for professional caregivers (Lake/first item)


Orange Growers, Processors Happy That Citrus Greening Has Not Affected Juice Flavor (possibly behind paywall)

The Importance of Citrus Genome Sequencing



Pasco (and Hernando) garden notebook


Master Gardeners love to serve (Charlotte)

Your community in brief (fourth item)

Fig and peach canning classes set for Duval County Extension

Tip Jar: local food news (Orange, third item)


Other news:

Air pollution linked to higher risk of lung cancer and heart failure


Swamp manager asked that charge against Hernandez be dropped



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