Monday, August 5, 2013

UF/IFAS in the news, 8/5

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news roundup:

A thank you for IFAS as Live Oak rebuilds after Tropical Storm Debby (Suwannee)

Preventive Controls: Daunting for Some, Standard Procedure for Seafood

Resilient bacterium from the Siberian permafrost could survive on the inhospitable surface of Mars

Business leaders, lawmakers mixed on how potential lift of Cuban embargo could impact Jaxport

Mark your calendar for the ‘Florida Gardening 101' series

Treasure Coast Gardening Calendar, updated Aug. 4

Now is the time to start planning for the cool season (Lake)

October will be flavorful month (St. Johns)

Garden Q&A: Huge green caterpillars won't leave blueberry bush alone


Master Gardeners partner to give back to special needs students  (Sarasota)




Other news:


ESPN: NCAA investigating Johnny Manziel for violations

Piece by hand-welded piece, he gives huge dragon life (Alachua)

Drummond's parting gift to staff member: $60,000 raise (Alachua)



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