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New NIFA-funded research to examine cover crops in organic vegetable production systems

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture just announced funding for a project comprising an interdisciplinary team from the University of Florida. The three-year project, “Quantifying the nitrogen cycling benefits of different cover crops… Read More

In COVID-19 era, UF/IFAS research adapts

As Florida moved to “safer at home” measures, not all work could be put on pause. When it came to University of Florida research, many UF/IFAS projects could not wait. There are living plants, animals and insects to… Read More

Many ways to connect with UF/IFAS through social media

Click here to view image. Caption at bottom. GAINESVILLE, Fla. – With a statewide mission to ensure healthy food, families and natural resources across Florida, a great way to keep up with the vast resources of the University… Read More

UF Scientists: New Genetic Analysis Method May Unlock Secrets of Nematode Populations

By: Tom Nordlie – (352) 273-3567 Sources: Robin Giblin-Davis – giblin@ufl.edu, (954) 577-6333 Dorota Porazinska – dorotalp@ufl.edu View Photo GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Nematodes may be the most abundant creatures on Earth, but analyzing communities of the wormlike animals… Read More