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CAES plant pathology doctoral student working to maximize the productivity of Haitian farmers

Jul 06, 16 CAES plant pathology doctoral student working to maximize the productivity of Haitian farmers

Posted by in Health & Farming, Scientific Studies

By Allison Floyd  When he started college, Abraham Fulmer didn’t know he’d study peanuts, work in international development or become fascinated with Haiti. But that’s where life led him. Fulmer, a PhD student in the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,...

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The Birth Of Symbiotic Organic Agriculture Waymore Farms Clewiston, Florida

Jul 06, 16 The Birth Of Symbiotic Organic Agriculture Waymore Farms Clewiston, Florida

Posted by in Agriculture, Celebration

By: Nancy Dale Quietly tucked away in bountiful scrub country, 11 miles east of LaBelle, the “call of the wild” is rejuvenated at the Waymore Farms in Clewiston. “We want to leave a positive imprint on everything we touch,” says Bryan Beer, 35, owner of the unique Waymore Farms in Clewiston.  The turkeys, chickens, beef,...

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July is here and the heat wave is in full effect.

Jul 06, 16 July is  here and the heat wave is in full effect.

Posted by in Celebration

By: Capt. Jason Prieto • 813-727-9890 As we enter the middle of the summer water the temperature dictates where and when we fish. Getting out early or fishing really late will be the key to catching fish. Mixing this with good tidal flow during these times will make for some awesome fishing. Fishing in the middle of the day just...

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Average Sized ‘Dead Zone’ Predicted for Gulf of Mexico

Jul 06, 16 Average Sized ‘Dead Zone’ Predicted for Gulf of Mexico

Posted by in Featured Stories, Scientific Studies

by: TheFishSite News Desk Scientists forecast that this year’s Gulf of Mexico dead zone–an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and marine life – will be approximately 5,898 square miles or about the size of Connecticut, the same range as it has averaged over the last several years. The dead zone in the Gulf of...

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