Welcome To New Southeast AgNet Website

Chuck General

The websites for Southeast AgNet and AgNet Online are being combined into one southeast ag news portal which will make for a much more user friendly experience for you. We’re in the final stages of making the changes so bear with us.

Florida Governor on Farm to Fuel

Chuck Energy, Florida

Government and industry leaders addressed a sold-out crowd at the second annual Farm to Fuel Summit in St. Petersburg on Thursday. Florida governor Charlie Crist told the group that fuels made from agricultural commodities have reached the tipping point in terms of public acceptance. Crist also announced that he would be going to Brazil in November on a trade mission …

Wildfire Danger

Chuck FL Commissioner Report

Florida Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson talks aabout the danger of wildfire and safely burning yard trash. More information about wildfire awareness can be found at the following web address: http://www.doacs.state.fl.us/press/2007/04032007.html …and on the web site of our Division of Forestry: http://www.fl-dof.com/. Report (1:00 wma)

Ethanol Story

Chuck Energy

The ethanol industry has kicked off a new promotion with tailgate parties and pump promotions centered around pro football games this fall. According to Reece Nanfito, Ethanol Promotion and Information Council Senior Director of Marketing, promotions for the corn-based fuel are planned to take place prior to professional football match-ups around the country. “At the tailgating parties, we have tents …

Citrus Expo Photo Album

Chuck Citrus Expo News

Flickr Photo AlbumAll of the photos I took at Citrus Expo have been loaded into an online Flickr Photo Album. I thinks there’s about 245 of them. Using the link below, you can look at them individually or watch them as a slideshow on your computer. I hope you enjoy them.

2006 Photo Album

More Seminar Interviews

Chuck Citrus Expo News

Citrus Expo Seminars Southeast AgNet’s Lee McCoy was on the ball today getting us a couple more interviews from the seminar program.

Early on the program were Tom Spreen, UF/IFAS FRED and Bob Norberg, Director, Economic and Market Research, FDOC.