Monday, July 15, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 7/15

Good morning. Welcome back to work and here are some recent UF/IFAS-related news hits:

It's time to set the record straight on Florida's insects (Lake)


Small Farms, Big Conference

St. Pete College delving into online college readiness courses


Concerns arise over barracuda, Goliath grouper


Viburnums are susceptible to downy mildew disease (Alachua/Marion)


Warner University's Degree Isn't Only for Farmers (Polk)


Feds want lights out for turtles (Franklin)]

Ganoderma butt rot is lethal to palms (Miami-Dade)


Florida 4-H Project Underway (Highlands)


Butterflies are elementary (Charlotte)

Forget hype; avoid mosquitoes with common sense (Pasco/opinion)



Other news:


Shelves Stocked for Twinkies' 'Sweetest Comeback'


Zimmerman fate following acquittal uncertain


Gainesville was once well-known for its marijuana


Man sought in Gainesville shooting death


Mark Schlakman: Florida's outreach to the Americas is put in limbo (opinion)



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