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Scientists at UF/IFAS want residents, property owners, and pest control operators to know the areas of risk and how to limit that risk through proactive science-based approaches.  more
Development regulators are genes that regulate plant development and growth. UF/IFAS scientists have discovered that one such gene can help deliver DNA into a plant to promote shoot growth.  more
Strawberry farmers worldwide may get help from new University of Florida research that shows a way to battle one of the fruit’s fiercest foes. more
America’s cities rely on a half-dozen species for the majority of their street and park trees. But there are so many more kinds of trees that you could plant and grow. more
Take a UF/IFAS class and learn to build a bat house, make the most of your rental (and rental assistance), raise chickens in your backyard and more! more
The federal tax filing deadline this year is Monday, April 18th. That's the day by which you must have filed your 2021 individual return and paid any remaining federal income taxes owed for last year. more
As April starts this week, we enter the Florida blueberry season and the sweet taste that comes with the fruit. You can pick them yourself or buy them from the store or market. more
The National Science Foundation has awarded the geomatics faculty at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) a grant to boost enrollment of talented low-income students. more
Termites are swarming in South Florida. That’s what University of Florida scientists have been observing since the last week of February. more
The West Nile virus circulates among wild birds, transmitted by Culex mosquitoes, which transmit West Nile virus and other viruses in the southern United States. more
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