Monday, July 29, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 7/25

Good morning. Here is your UF/IFAS news roundup:

Fruit could taste better with far-red light

Study finds that light wavelength impacts flavor, scent of plants and fruits

Swiftmud set to cut funding for Florida-Friendly Landscaping program (Tampa Bay area)

Camp aims to reverse Volusia's childhood obesity rates

EXTENSION CONNECTION: Rains promote St. Augustine grass fungus (Okaloosa)

‘Fun, friends and education’ at Camp Cherry Lake (Taylor)

Get your datil pepper recipes ready (St. Johns)


'Florida Friendly' program holds great promise for homeowners - See more at:

Farm Tour visits Gabbert Farm (Santa Rosa)

4-H Holds Celebration Camp For Navy Kids (Escambia)

Fall starters for great gardens (Clay)

Fundraiser offers colorful crape myrtles for a song (Tampa Bay)


Coastal Life in brief (Collier – page two)|mostpopular|text|FRONTPAGE


In other news:

July shaping up to be among Gainesville's soggiest

Meyer Strikes Somber Tone Over Players’ Troubles

Highest paid University of Florida employees – database

Tobacco Free Florida gives UF first Smoke Free award

Next year’s student fee budget cut by $1.2 million



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