Monday, June 9, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 6/9

Good morning! Here’s the week’s first UF/IFAS news roundup:


Machen offers update on UF’s push for pre-eminence

Invasive Lizards are a Threat to Florida's Native Reptiles, Researchers Say


Mechanical citrus harvest is still needed but with less shaking


Chemical cure for citrus greening being studied


UF/IFAS Helps Create Genome Database to Aid Fruit Growers, Scientists


Productivity, efficiency will drive landscape trends (Sumter)


Managing Aquatic Plants in Farm Ponds


Update on citrus undercover production systems at citrus expo


Weekend Gardening: Expert Tips For The Month Of June (Escambia)


It's important to read the pesticide label (Marion)


Flagler County Extension Notes



Other news:


Can Farmed Fish Feed The World Without Destroying The Environment?


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