Monday, July 22, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 7/22

Good morning! Welcome back to work and here’s today’s UF/IFAS news roundup:

Timely Tendings: Fruit maturity, garden pests, more (Pinellas)


Local man wins Innovative Farmer Award (Jackson)


Someone’s munching on mamey sapote tree (Miami-Dade)


Citrus Expo Seminar Program Preview


A drive, and a report, point to agriculture's importance


Gardening: Crape myrtles thrive as trees, shrubs or foundation plants (Duval)


Discarded fishing line causes harm to sea creatures (Escambia/Florida Sea Grant)


A small tree for urban homes (Marion/Alachua)


Fuller: Fertilizer licensing (St. Johns)

Deliver the droplets to thirsty gardens and plants (Manatee/Sarasota)



Other news:

Royal baby on the way, Catherine enters hospital in labor


Antonio Morrison arrested again, suspended at least two games,0,


Retired UF prof gives $1M to scholarship program


Fray, Sister Hazel to headline Gator Growl ‘13


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