UF/IFAS and Southeast AgNet provide the latest news on citrus-related research in a monthly podcast. "All in for Citrus" talks with scientists working to find solutions to citrus greening and other devastating citrus diseases.
“We are ... READ MORE
Back in May I noticed numerous half-inch brown beetles congregating around my porch light every evening at around 10:00 PM. Most householders in Florida deal with their dried-out bodies under outdoor lights, in shallow plant saucers, or ... READ MORE
During her time as a member of the National FFA Organization through middle and high school, Shelby Bundy learned about the variety of careers in agriculture. After showing livestock at local fairs, Shelby became interested in the animal sciences ... READ MORE
The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season has begun, and UF/IFAS Extension is preparing for all potential emergencies. Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center are predicting a season similar to last year’s, with 9 to 15 named storms, 2 ... READ MORE
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Learning the One Health approach
In terms of academics, the situation was better than I thought. Learning about the application of the One Health approach was my biggest wish; since I discovered it, ... READ MORE
After a month of leaving Gainesville and still with nostalgia for my departure, I draw strength to tell you about my experience at the One Health Center of Excellence.
How it all began
It all started in the summer of 2017 when somebody told ... READ MORE
Blessed, blessed that day I hit the “send email” button
Discovering One Health
Going back to the question: Can I help animals and make a living out of it? At the end of my Master degree, I was confused and unsure. A lot, and I emphasize ... READ MORE
People don’t send thank-you notes much anymore. These days, a thumbs-up or a smile emoji is the standard way of expressing our approval and gratitude for a job well done. And I must admit that sending out handwritten thank-you cards to everyone ... READ MORE