Please see caption below GAINESVILLE, Fla. — With the laurel wilt pathogen threatening the Florida avocado industry, a UF/IFAS tropical fruit scientist will lend his expertise at the World Avocado Congress in September in Lima, Peru. Jonathan Crane, professor in … Continue reading
Asian tiger mosquito Yellow fever mosquito GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Asian tiger mosquitoes can drive down yellow fever mosquito populations when the female chooses the wrong male with which to mate, UF/IFAS scientists say. Both insects transmit chikungunya and dengue, dangerous … Continue reading
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — What’s a little pesticide among neighbors? For Florida citrus growers, it could mean saving their trees that are under attack from the virulent citrus greening bacterium threatening to destroy the state’s $10.7 billion industry. Entomologist Michael Rogers, … Continue reading
Date: August 27, 2015
The UF Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) will notify the Division of Research Compliance (DRC) when a Sponsored Program effort involves a UAS. DRC will then reach out to the Principal Investigator (PI) to determine if the PI needs assistance in determining whether a COA is needed, and if it is needed, whether a COA will be issued based upon the planned UAS effort to be conducted.