Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Good morning! UF/IFAS in the news for 06/11/2014

Good morning! Here’s your UF/IFAS news for June 11, 2014:


University of Florida team finds possible treatment for citrus greening (one of several media stories on the latest greening research findings)


Researchers declare a need for genetic diversity among citrus fruit


An anti-greening spray? (Opinion)


UF/IFAS to Host Public Event to Discuss Genetically Engineered Foods


Pond Weed Workshop June 12th at Ag Center in Chipley


Alton Brown coming to town and other food news (2nd and 3rd items)


New website puts fruit genome research at your fingertips


Workshop on temperate fruit set


Free ECHO events dish dirt on hot gardening and more


Time for slice of summer


New tool helps annotate plant genes more quickly


Perennial Corn Crops? New Plant-Breeding Tool Could Help Make It Happen


Exclusive: Researchers discover origin of fruit


Late Blight Source Identified



Other news:

UF moving forward with $45 million renovation plan for O'Connell Center


UF study: One-third of English adults have prediabetes


U.S. Diabetes Cases Jump to 29 Million: CDC


Indian Energy Activist Honored by University of Florida


Shands Children's Hospital improves nationally rankings


UF joins online university consortium


FSU faculty union wants presidential search to start over


Andy Hopson joins University of Florida to Launch Communications Agency


Provost appointed at UC Riverside



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