Monday, May 5, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 5/5

Good morning! Today's UF/IFAS news. Apologies for any weird format issues, this one's sent remotely:

Heat Treatments Show Hint of Promise in Greening Fight

Panhandle farms took a soaking from storms, experts say

Plant plumbagos for summer-long color (Alachua/Marion)


Lakeland farmer takes on blackberry challenge

Six UF/IFAS Faculty Tapped as Research Foundation Professors

Agricultural Region of Escambia County Saturated but not Flooded

Panhandle-area Extension Agents Work to Help Flood-damaged & Delayed Growers

University of Florida releases two new citrus cultivars

All aflutter: Butterfly House opens for summer

Landscape and Garden Fair offers informative classes, youth activities (Lake)


UF’s Unmanned Aviation Systems featured at the 2014 SUN ’n FUN International Fly-In & Expo


Florida beef cattle short course is this week


Other news:


Farm Expenses Increase 43% in Five Years

Blood from young mice reverses again brain muscles

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