Thursday, February 27, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 2/26

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news:


Amidst Challenges, Florida Citrus Growers, Beekeepers Partner


GMO Labeling Potentially Headed to Florida Legislature


Computer model can help coastal managers with nourishment decisions


Get advice on closing seasonal home, growing spring vegetables in gardens (Lake),0,2804121.story


Prepare Your Lawn for a New Season (Leon)


Hernando lawn care, water awareness program set for March 7

Martin County Community calendar, updated Feb. 26 (first “Wednesday” item)

A low-key strawberry celebration at the Volusia County fairgrounds

Avoid The Scorn Of Seedcorn Maggots


Other news:

California couple finds $10 million in gold coins buried in backyard,0,2401817.story#axzz2uQoRH6vE

Florida Lawmakers Defend Sugar Subsidies

Obesity rates drop for 2- to 5-year-olds


Graduate research professor to receive Humboldt Research Award


BuzzFeed founder to speak at UF March 20

Finney-Smith helps Gators survive Commodores’ barrage

Gators give up cellphones to help provide clean water


Westwood student bound for national spelling bee


UF, Florida's Land-Grant University, Could Lead the Way in Cannabis Innovation



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