Friday, March 14, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 3/14

Good morning – here is the week’s final UF/IFAS news roundup:

UF/IFAS Expecting Good Budget Year for 2014 Legislative Session


‘Clamelot’ topic of next science series


New Study Claims Bee Research Could Benefit Florida's Economy

UF researchers to send plants to International Space Station


Organic vegetable gardening (Gulf)

Improving Citrus Tree Root Health in the Face of HLB


Florida dairy conference slated  

EXTENSION CONNECTION: We’re celebrating 100 years of extension (Okaloosa)



Other news:


Brown is the new green

Graduate students rally in support of lowering assistant fees

Pesticides Causing Problems For Bees

UK Study Lends Credence to ‘Five-Second Rule’



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