Monday, July 29, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 7/29

Good morning! UF/IFAS news from the weekend and today:


Rugose Spiraling Whitefly causing problems with pools, plants


Crews count scallops to determine water quality (Collier)

Invasive tree frogs cause trouble for Fla. Wildlife (Marion)

Make your own plugs and save some green (Alachua/Marion)

Iraqi Educator Learns About American Farming In Walnut Hill (Escambia)

Timing is everything for vegetable gardens (Lake)

Gardening: Sometimes, rain is not good for your lawn (Duval)

If you have a love of bees, this program is for you (Lee)

Long Bar: Developers say Sarasota Bay will not be destroyed by seagrass, mangrove removal (Manatee/Sarasota)

Shift into midsummer mode (Volusia)


Proposals for oyster farming stir concerns in Franklin County

Home & garden events for the week of July 27, 2013 (Volusia)




Other news:

Sewage line repaired by GRU after leak into local creeks (Alachua)

House full of inventors unveil their innovative ideas (Alachua)


Breaking the Banks (Florida)


No comments:

Post a Comment

Tell us what you think! Please use common sense and good judgement. Comments will be moderated if necessary.