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Trip In Review: Devil's Den

Devil’s Den is one of those places that you’ll see all over Pintrest and Facebook. It’s an amazing dive resort and snorkeling cave.

Should you visit? 220 more words

Nature

Officially a Florida Alum

I made it! I didn’t trip! I shook the right hands! It was wonderful to have my family’s support at the commencement ceremony. As of May 3, 2015, I am officially a Florida alum!

Career

Trip in Review: Ginnie Springs

Ginnie Springs is one of those places you just have to visit with some friends. From clear blue waters, to small underwater caves, and open hangout areas, it’s a full day family event kind of place. 354 more words

Nature

Nab Jami Gray's SHADOW'S EDGE Free for a Limited Time! #freeread #uf #pnr

This fantastic paranormal action novel is quite possibly the best book I’ve read this year. I could not put it down, and had to exercise serious self-control to keep from staying up all night to finish it. 571 more words

Jami Gray

Summer is coming: Dragonflies and Damselflies 

It has been a busy spring and summer is fast approaching. The dragon and damselflies have been out in full force here in Florida. Our field site has been graced with numerous species. 47 more words

Research

UF Horticulture Professors Awarded $500,000 to Improve Post-harvest Produce

USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture recently awarded two UF horticulture scientists $500,000 to investigate how light affects the quality of strawberries and tomatoes after harvest. 235 more words

Horticulture

Hort Sci Professor Helps Create Irrigation App

UF Horticultural Sciences professor Jonathan Crane was part of a team of UF/IFAS professors who created an app to improve irrigation for avocado growers.

The app, known as Smartirrigation Avocado, creates a 15-day irrigation schedule for growers based on information about the growing site, plant types and weather. 94 more words