Cheesy beetle larvae, chocolate meal worms and cricket cookies are just a few of the yummy treats you can find on-line. Â Report (:59 wma)
Rep. Baxter Troutman of Polk County is scheduling a series of “IdeaRaisers” next month to get input from farmers and ranchers.Â The events will be held in Homestead, Clewiston, Jay, Live Oak, Ocala and Bartow. Â Report (:57 wma)
Members of the Georgia Cotton Commission were in Tifton last week to take a look at the research project they are funding for cotton growers. Â Report (:52 wma)
Alabama county offices of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service can help farmers with cover crops. Â Report (:57 wma)
GA meeting held this past week discussing business for corn fed ethanol plant. Â ReportÂ (:57 wma)
Tour coming up Sept. 12-14 to start with “Hot Topic Seminar”. Â Report (:33 wma)
Day two of the 2006 Citrus Expo will be taking place today, but looking back at yesterday’s session, greening was the topic of discussion throughout the afternoon. Florida Department of Agriculture’s Dr. Wayne Dixon, Chief of the Bureau of Entomology, Nematology, & Plant Pathology Division of Plant Industry, looks at where greening currently stands in the state.Â Report (3:30 wma)
Fear not, it is under control and no threat to people. Â Report (1:00 wma)
I’m hoping to get some pictures and audio from tonight’s Citrus Expo Banquet. I didn’t get to attend since I had some other work to do.
I don’t know what the record is for attendance at a Citrus Expo Seminar but this afternoon we had to bring in more chairs.
This picture was taken during the last presentation on integrated citrus canker management.