Friday, May 16, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/16

Good morning! The week-ending, UF/IFAS news roundup:


UF/IFAS Researchers Praised for Scientific Efforts in Seventh Awards Night

Escambia Commission Moves Forward On 4-H Land Purchase

County OK’s new disabled transit operator, 4-H land deal (Escambia)


Water School 2014 to take look at crucial Manatee County resource


Workshop for Citrus Production Set for May 20

Aromatic ginger easy to grow in Florida (Leon)


Pinellas Extension Celebrates 100 years


U.S. OJ Sales Declines Accelerate


Tip back begonias for bushier plants (Volusia)


Potatoes' eyes and other food mysteries solved at AgVenture event (St. Johns)


Thumbs up, thumbs down (Lee – 3rd item)


Daylilies a low-maintenance landscape plant (Gulf)



Other news:

Agriculture Chief Doesn't See Pot as Boon for Florida Farmers


State’s Farmer of the Year Named

USDA to contact Southern farmers in June

UF women's tennis sweeps Vanderbilt, advances to NCAA quarterfinals


County rates highly for its healthy lifestyle (Alachua)




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