Monday, May 19, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/19

Good morning! Today’s UF/IFAS news:


Florida’s bugs get a week in the spotlight

Bug Week @ UF: Scavenger Hunts, Q&As and More!


Mosquito Season


UF Experts Available for the 2014 Hurricane Season


EXTENSION CONNECTION: Kudzo bugs attack kudzu – and plenty of Florida plants


EXTENSION CONNECTION: High rainfall, ice storm bring take-all root rot


Panhandle Tomatoes are Developing Nicely


Suggestions for annuals that will hold up in the heat (Alachua/Marion)

Gardening: Injury from palm thorn won't heal (Lee)


Bee Colony Collapse Disorder Update


Summer Crops Presentation (Lee)

Rare twin calves born on Clermont farm


Garden column: Master gardener classes gearing up soon in Northeast Florida



Other news:


FDA Approves Campylobacter Vaccine for Human Trials

Ag Census: Fla. Has Most Farms Since 1950s; Farmers Are Getting Older

Climate Change Will Strengthen Pests, Weaken Crops, Studies Say


What Farm-to-Table Got Wrong (opinion)


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