Citrus Industry to Sample Latest UF/IFAS Varieties

WHO: Citrus growers, packers, gift fruit shippers and others will sample the latest offerings from the UF/IFAS Plant Improvement Team. WHAT: Growers, nurseries, packers, processors, gift fruit shippers, marketers and others will feel, taste and smell the latest… Read More

UF/IFAS CALS Honors Alumnus with Award of Distinction

Growing up in Wildwood, Florida, provided Michael Joyner with an abundance of mentors in the farming and ranching industries – people who demonstrated to him their dedication to providing food and fiber to the world. Their commitment to… Read More

UF/IFAS CALS Alumna Honored with Award for Dedication to the College and Florida Agricultural Community

With a love for animals beginning at a young age, Tory Moore competed in nearly every Florida FFA competition available to her through East Ridge High School. These experiences led Moore to initially study animal sciences at the… Read More

UF/IFAS CALS Student Discovered Animal Sciences, Career through 4-H

You don’t need to grow up on a farm to make a career animal sciences. Kylie Philips fell in love with the field through her local 4-H program. “I didn’t come from an agricultural background. If it wasn’t… Read More

Plant Health on the Go Workshop for growers in December

The University of Florida and the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association (FNGLA) will hold a Plant Health on the Go workshop on December 3 where growers can learn plant health management techniques from horticulture experts. Building on… Read More

Gainesville Outdoor Expo to Showcase Recreation, Education Opportunities

Who:    93.7 K Country (event sponsor), UF/IFAS What:    UF/IFAS Extension will join community organizations and businesses in celebrating outdoor activities and education at this free, family friendly event. UF/IFAS will be represented by the 4-H youth development program,… Read More

New UF-Led Study Finds Bacterial Similarities Among Diseased Coral Species

By Mike Loizzo GAINESVILLE, Fla. — In 2014, an unprecedented disease outbreak affecting the soft tissue of many species of stony coral was first detected in Florida. Since then, stony coral tissue loss disease has been identified in… Read More