Friday, May 23, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/23

Good morning! For those who aren’t already barbecuing, here’s the week’s final UF/IFAS news roundup:


Link to multiple DIY affordable bedbug trap stories:

Diversifying growers pick peaches


Peanut Planting Time In Santa Rosa County


Island residents urged to watch for sea turtle threats (St. Lucie)


Project VENUS underway in Cedar Key


UF/IFAS Seeks Input from Hay Producers on Stem Maggot Damage


Pond Management Techniques Workshop Set for May 27 (Gadsden)


Schaus swallowtail breeding program continues



Other news:


David Norton on the future of research at UF (video)

Tennessee ready to bring back electric chair


Stewart essential to UF's postseason success


Chamber of Commerce Push Toward a New Convention Center


Editorial: Don't rig the game for FSU's next leader


New developer in charge of University Corners


#UFGrad is a booming success


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