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Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

Dec 02, 14 Capt. Ric’s Reel Simple Fishing Report

Posted by in Celebration

I had one of those moments on the boat the other day that I knew what I was trying to say but could not get it out clearly. We were fishing in an area that had a lot of flow from the current and I was having trouble keeping the lines separated with 4 anglers on the boat. I made the statement that we may have to leave that spot and...

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Slow down as manatees start their swim to warmer waters

Dec 02, 14 Slow down as manatees start their swim to warmer waters

Posted by in Celebration, Scientific Studies

Media contact: Carli Segelson, 772-215-9459; Diane Hirth, 850-410-5291 The annual migration of Florida manatees to warmer waters begins in November, which is Manatee Awareness Month. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages boaters to help protect migrating manatees by looking out and slowing down for...

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Green Alternative for Controlling Native Stink Bugs in the Southeast

Dec 02, 14 Green Alternative for Controlling Native Stink Bugs in the Southeast

Posted by in Agriculture, Celebration, Scientific Studies

By Dennis O`Brien A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) entomologist in Tifton, Georgia, has found a green alternative for controlling the stink bugs that attack crops in Georgia and in other states in the southeastern United States. The invasive brown marmorated stink bug is a familiar nuisance in many areas, but native brown...

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Three new ornamental dogwoods introduced

Dec 02, 14 Three new ornamental dogwoods introduced

Posted by in Featured Stories, Gardening

by American Society for Horticultural Science. In the nursery and landscape industries, flowering dogwood (Cornus florida), kousa dogwood (Cornus kousa), and their hybrids are the most popular and economically significant members of the genus Cornus. The deciduous trees are highly valued for their spring display of pink, red, or...

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