Wednesday, February 12, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 2/12

Good morning! Your mid-week UF/IFAS news roundup:

Study Shows Promise for Castor Crop Planting in Florida


DOD Considers RFID-based Solutions for Tracking Food's Shelf Life - See more at:

Survey reveals Floridians value water, but not 'all in' on conservation


Water Issues and Central Florida Citrus Growers

Cheri Brodeur: My energy will be spent on major issues, not negativity

Beekeeping in the Panhandle Short Course

Manatee High wins Envirothon competition (Sarasota)

Purple Martins (Leon)



Other news:

Editorial: No more excuses (opinion)

UF professor to tell story of world’s largest industrial disaster

Wintry blast begins assault on South, heading north

Creator of French Fries has a new work of art on campus

Rethinking mob mentality, a state fair tradition (opinion)

Gators escape Knoxville with nine-point win against Vols


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