Monday, May 12, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/12

Good morning! Here is the first UF/IFAS news roundup of the week:


Lovebugs: Fact and fiction (Marion/Alachua)


Extension office cuts ribbon (Bay)


Panhandle Blueberry Yield Outlook Still Positive


Crop Planting Resumed this Week


Researchers rush for citrus greening cure (Sarasota)


As their markets change, so do Northeast Florida farmers' crops

How to grow blueberries, and other summer garden answers (Lake)


Become a master gardener (St. Johns)


Garden column: Mole crickets are digging into area landscapes (Duval)

Free workshop on vegetable growing June 14 (Palm Beach)




Other news:


Controversy erupts over use of non-organics in organic agriculture


One Year Since its Introduction, PEDv Virus has Killed Millions of Piglets

Charlotte's Web medical marijuana bill creates opportunities for handful of growers


UF president search continues


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