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Category: UF/IFAS

Longtime director of Tropical Aquaculture Lab earns national recognition

RUSKIN, Fla. — Craig Watson started his aquaculture career early. At 16, he started working on a tropical fish farm in Miami. Eventually, while attending Florida State University, Watson worked at an aquarium and tropical fish store in… Read More

Congratulations to Dr. Lisa House and Dr. Zhifeng Gao, AAEA Award Recipients

  The Food and Resource Economics Department would like to congratulate two of our faculty members for receiving Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) awards! Dr. Zhifeng Gao, Professor, received the award for Distinguished Graduate Teaching, 10 or… Read More

Hemp flowering behavior research provides further guidance for Florida growers

New UF/IFAS research suggests Florida growers must carefully select hemp varieties and factor the length of a given day when scheduling when to plant. Understanding hemp flowering behavior, or how it responds to light and varying daylengths in… Read More

Hemp flowering behavior research provides further guidance for Florida growers

New UF/IFAS research suggests Florida growers must carefully select hemp varieties and factor the length of a given day when scheduling when to plant. Understanding hemp flowering behavior, or how it responds to light and varying daylengths in… Read More

Congratulations FRE Class of Summer 2021!

  PhD Benjamin Avuwadah, Dissertation:Three Essays on Conflicts: Conflict Management Policies and Household Welfare Bijeta Saha, Dissertation: Environmental Dis-Amenities and Its Impact Evaluation Using Quasi-Experimental Methods Sungeun Yoon, Dissertation: Essays about the Influence of Environmental Concern on Consumer… Read More

Majority of Florida mosquito species are understudied, UF/IFAS survey illustrates

There are 66 Florida mosquito control districts that suppress mosquito species populations by using integrated mosquito control methods. A survey of the Sunshine State’s mosquito control districts has shed light on a variety of species that are understudied…. Read More

UF/IFAS scientist publishes new data on insect causing lethal disease in palm trees

The vast number of palm trees that enhance the landscape of homes, businesses, parks and highways throughout Florida is steadily declining and is a cause of economic concern. The responsible insect infects palm trees with a pathogen known… Read More