Thursday, March 6, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 3/5

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news:


Tropical trees after the freeze: Palms present a problem (Okaloosa)


HLB and Citrus Root Health Addressed                                                  


Master Gardeners recognize Peggy Sargeant (Martin)


Gardening fest is expecting 10,000 people this weekend (Marion)


Youth Fair kicks off Friday at fairgrounds (Alachua)


Researchers identify flavor compounds in strawberries


Hernando youth have strong showing at 4-H rifle competition


Florida Sea Grant Announces Three Aylesworth Scholarship Recipients


University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers demonstrate improved appeal of sterile flies that save crops


Your community in brief (Lake – bottom of first page),0,1165718.story




Other news:



$3.5 million in St. Augustine artifacts donated to UF

Sorry, Yogi: Yosemite outsmarts its food-stealing bears


Healthy school lunch standards don’t waste vegetables


Florida governor calls for end to university tuition increases


Universities Cutting Back On Full-Time Staff, Report Says


Motive for UF stabbing incident remains a mystery


Gators surge past Gamecocks behind Frazier's hot hand


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