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UF Water Institute awards faculty fellowship to Soil and Water Sciences assistant professor

Dr. Davie Kadyampakeni, assistant professor of citrus water and nutrient management, is a recipient of the University of Florida Water Institute’s faculty fellow award. Kadyampakeni, who joined the UF/IFAS Soil and Water Science Department in...
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September is National Rice Month; Florida should celebrate this homegrown crop

by Jehangir “Jango” Bhadha When you think of rice production, what is the first thing that comes to mind? The rice paddy fields of China, perhaps? China is by far...
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Organic farmers face trade-offs between fertility choices, sustainability

Organic farmers have trade-offs to consider when it comes to their options for managing soil fertility, according to new research from a University of Florida scientist. READ MORE |  RELATED INFORMATION

 

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October 21, 2019, Progressive Farmer, Climate Answers in the Soil


October 21, 2019, Brevard Business News, NEW UF-led study finds bacterial similarities among diseased coral species (page 10)


October 7, 2019, Citrus Industry News, Graduate Students Play Big Role in Research


August 29, 2019, Science News for Students, Mystery disease is killing Caribbean corals


August 19, 2019, Southeast AgNet Radio Network, UF Student Wins Scholarship to Find Solutions to Seagrass Loss


August 13, 2019, Crestview News Bulletin, It all depends on soil pH


July 17, 2019, WUFT, Sandy Soil And Rising Seas Spell Septic Tank Disaster In Florida


July 13, 2019, WINK-TV, UF scientists test SWFL soil to help farmers


July 8, 2019, Southeast AgNet Radio Network, Beneath the Earth, the ‘Black Box’ of Soil Holds a Key to Crop Growth


July 6, 2018, ABC7 Chicago, Water bottle warning: Can you start a fire if you leave bottled water in your car?


June 26, 2019, Vice News, The Everglades Is on Fire, But It’s Actually Fine


May 31, 2019, Florida Alligator, UF researchers use compost to reduce water usage


April 15, 2019, WUFT TV, Compost Study at Fred Cone Park


April 5, 2019, Marco Eagle (Marco Island, FL), UF scientists identify project that could help Marco waterways


March 27, 2019, Tampa Bay Times, Column: The Spirit of World Water Day, Every Day


February 25, 2019, Florida Alligator, 68 countries, one mission: UF professor studying soil to fight world hunger


February 15, 2019, WFSU News, UF Researchers Say People Are Moving Away From Lakes And Rivers


February 14, 2019, UF News, "My Dream Is For Food Security Worries To Be Something Of The Past"


January 2, 2019, Citrus Industry News, Manage Soil pH and Nutrition for HLB


December 11, 2018, Growing Produce, Growing Under Cover a Big Deal for Florida Citrus


December 4, 2018, The Packer, Florida conference to reveal citrus grower research


November 5th, 2018, Florida Trend, $3.5 Million USDA Grant Could Help Florida's Grapefruit Industry


October 26th, 2018, Gainesville Sun, Scientists hope to turn algae into marketable goods 


October 16th, 2018, UF News, Meet some of the UF students working to feed the world


September 9th, 2018, Gainesville Sun, Six UF/IFAS students receive NSF research fellowships


July 30th, 2018, The Clewiston News, New chief agricultural scientist chosen for SW Florida


July 9th, 2018, NewsDeeply, How Much Water Do Coho Salmon Need?


May 15, 2018, Gainesville Sun, Retired UF professor receives France's highest honor


January 31, 2018, Florida Alligator, A disease is killing Florida's oranges. UF researchers received millions to stop it


January 14, 2018, Gainesville Sun, Study finds nitrates not only problem affecting springs


January 5, 2018, The Apopka Voice, District and UF complete collaborative three-year investigation into Florida springs' health