Monday, March 24, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 3/24

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news:

Mosquito ID course draws national, international students


Coral Gables to replace greens on Granada Golf Course


UF/IFAS to Conduct National Search for Next Research Dean

High-tunnel farming extends the growing season at JG Ranch (Hernando)

Old trick shines new light on citrus food safety

Invasive species in Fla. escape efforts at control

State beekeepers ask for money to build UF research facility


Fragrant favorites for the Florida garden (Alachua/Marion)

UF researcher focused on horse genomes, helps horse breeders

Choosing the right color combination for your garden (Lake)

Commission's agenda: backyard chickens, gaming centers (Lake)


Fla. Dept. of Health helping residents of Bay County live healthier


Escambia and Santa Rosa Calendar, March 24 (second page)

Garden column: Citrus under attack; know the symptoms (Duval)

Taming tropical invasives

Researchers examine nutrient costs for HLB-infected trees


Gardens to host free lecture (St. Lucie)


Florida: Cotton and Peanut Herbicide Programs for Managing Pigweed

EXTENSION CONNECTION: Grow a happy, healthy, environmentally friendly lawn (Okaloosa)



Other news:


University of Florida Mum on Consulting Fees

Spotted objects give fresh momentum to plane search


Expert: Pipeline would cross Santa Fe at the worst spot


Independent workers grow in 'gig economy'

Wilbekin propels Florida past Pitt for Sweet 16 appearance


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