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UF study: Place bags on peaches to help keep pests, diseases away

Peaches are popular, with annual national production of about 806,000 tons. To help keep pests and diseases from damaging the fruit, growers can place bags around individual peaches, University of Florida researchers say. David Campbell,… Read More

Voice of UF/IFAS – Savanna Barry

Name: Savanna Barry Position: Regional Specialized Extension Agent II Hometown: Beaverdam, VA Years with UF/IFAS: 6 Describe your role at UF/IFAS: As an Extension Agent, I work on coastal issues in the Nature Coast. I… Read More

Research at the DeLuca Preserve gets a jump start

DeLuca Preserve, path through wooded area

Scientists will conduct research at the 27,000-acre DeLuca Preserve with more than $600,000 in funding awarded to UF/IFAS faculty to study complex issues. Eight research projects received funding to begin research on the property. Projects… Read More

New study predicts two popular American foods surprisingly resilient to climate change

Woman pouring tomato sauce into a pan

Supply chains for French fries and pasta sauce are surprisingly resilient to climate change, according to the predictions of a new study. The study’s authors made their predictions using an innovative modeling approach that can… Read More

Re-Tracing a Century of Research at the UF/IFAS NFREC-Quincy

One Hundred Years of Agronomy & Plant Pathology Delivering Solutions in the Florida Panhandle by Ramdeo Seepaul & Sheeja George Communication between researchers, Extension agents, and farmers has evolved, from stacks of paper note messages… Read More

UF scientist tries to reduce heat stress, improve beef production in cattle

ONA, Fla. — Heat stress impairs animal performance and health, leading to annual losses of $1.2 billion for the dairy, beef and swine industries in the United States. That’s why Philipe Moriel and other University… Read More