Thursday, March 6, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 3/6

Good morning! Plenty of UF/IFAS news out there today:

To the Root of the Matter – Keeping Nitrogen Out of Small Streams

CSU names new Warner College of Natural Resources dean


UF researchers unlock keys to sweeter strawberries




Getting firm on fertilizer (Brevard)

Tools available for beef producers


Pine Island tour to sample farms and groves (Lee)


Family Day at the Dairy Farm


Home & Garden Briefs for March 6, 2014 (Volusia)



Hats off to the Martin County Master Gardeners for 30 years of volunteer contributions


Triple-play of free earth-friendly seminars offered in April (Hillsborough)

New 4-H agent, Prudence Caskey (Santa Rosa)

THE EXTENSION CONNECTION: Here's how to treat cold-damaged palms (Okaloosa)


Other news:

The future of farming is high-tech

Farmers spotlighted for green initiatives


University league tables: UK institutions 'losing ground'

UF still a bargain, Kiplinger says


Panama mission confirms ag export potential


Gators new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper to earn base salary of $590,000


Bitcoin provides avenue for businesses to bypass banks


After Record Losses, What’s in Store for Manatees in 2014? (opinion)


Emily McCann: Graduate fees contradict efforts to put UF in the top 10 (opinion)


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