https://journals.flvc.org/edis/issue/feed EDIS 2020-04-07T17:33:23-04:00 EDIS Editorial Team edislib@ifas.ufl.edu Open Journal Systems <p>This EDIS journal site provides access to current and past published versions for citation purposes.&nbsp; New publications are added to the public collection of currently supported UF/IFAS numbered publications at <a href="http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu">http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu</a>.&nbsp;</p> https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/116037 Effectiveness of Retail Promotions in the Green Industry by Age Group: A Case Study 2020-03-09T10:00:47-04:00 Hayk Khachatryan hayk@ufl.edu Alicia Rihn arihn@ufl.edu <p>In the horticulture industry, age has frequently been used to divide and quantify gardeners (National Gardening Association, 2013).&nbsp; For instance, consumers over the age of 55 account for the majority of U.S. household&nbsp;lawn and garden retail sales and the number of gardeners in this group is increasing (National Gardening Association, 2013).&nbsp; Interestingly, young consumers are also expressing interest in gardening.&nbsp; In 2012, Millennials (born after 1980) spent 78% more on gardening purchases than in the previous 2 years.&nbsp; Surprisingly, men are the driving force in this age group (with a 125% increase) who spent approximately $441 per household (in 2012) with most of the expenditures being on food producing/edible plants (i.e. fruit trees, berries, vegetables and herbs).&nbsp; The local and ‘grow your own food’ movements are likely the main drivers of increased interest in edible and food producing plants (National Gardening Association, 2013).&nbsp; To date, research addressing retail promotions in the green industry by age segments has not been adequately addressed.&nbsp;</p> <p>Once differences and similarities by age group are identified, promotions can be designed to attract those groups.&nbsp; Target marketing is a promotional strategy where consumers are segmented into homogenous groups with common needs that respond similarly to marketing stimuli (Belch &amp; Belch, 2009).&nbsp; Advantages of target marketing include streamlining promotional efforts, better market penetration, improved promotion efficiency, and stronger brand recognition.&nbsp;Many consumer characteristics can be used to create segments with one of the primary factors being demographic characteristics (Belch &amp; Belch, 2009).&nbsp; Specifically in the horticulture industry, young consumers have been of interest due to their increased spending power, low market penetration (in the horticulture industry), and potential to rejuvenate the industry (Rihn et al., 2011).&nbsp;For instance, in 2015 Millennial’s annual spending exceeded $600 billion and is projected to rise to $1.4 trillion in 2020 (Donnelly &amp; Scaff, 2019).&nbsp; Consequently, identifying how different age groups respond to in-store marketing efforts could aid in capturing additional market share and ultimately improve green industry performance and profitability.</p> <p>In this report, results from a study investigating in-store signage and plant tag information are shared.&nbsp; Specifically, similarities and differences between younger and older consumers and their visual attention to point-of-sale (POS) information is explored.&nbsp; Results provide a deeper understanding of how end consumers use POS information while determining their purchases in the retail center. Overall, this EDIS publication is intended to aid green industry growers, marketing intermediaries, and retailers as they design their in-store marketing materials.&nbsp;</p> 2020-03-09T10:00:45-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115625 Small-to-Medium-Scale Sensory Evaluation of Horticultural Crops—Sensory Attributes 2020-04-01T09:51:02-04:00 Sean Michael Campbell scampbell53@ufl.edu Charles A Sims csims@ufl.edu <p>Given the economic impact associated with the value and acceptability of horticultural crops, sensory evaluation is commonly employed in research, product development and quality control, with very specific parameters outlined for its proper execution. Once the evaluation has been performed, the resulting data can be used to make sound decisions about crop quality and marketability, ultimately determining the overall value.&nbsp;This publication is the first in a series designed to assist producers in the small to medium-sized sensory evaluation of their horticultural crops, outlining the sensory attributes essential to sensory evaluation.</p> 2020-04-01T09:51:01-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/116013 Conducting the Needs Assessment #11: Causal Analysis Techniques 2020-03-11T09:57:31-04:00 Amy Harder amharder@ufl.edu <p>This new 3-page publication in the &lt;i&gt;Conducting the Needs Assessment&lt;/i&gt; series provides Extension educators and other service providers with an introduction to two techniques that can easily be used when seeking information about relationships between causes and needs: fishboning and cause and consequence analysis. Written by Amy Harder and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/wc352"&gt;https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/wc352&lt;/a&gt;</p> 2020-03-11T09:57:30-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119287 Exemplary Youth Leadership Series: Challenge the Process 2020-03-13T10:27:33-04:00 Megan Stein mstein17@ufl.edu <p>This publication series is designed to outline strategies and experiences to expose and engage youth with leadership concepts. In this publication, students will try on aspects of the third practice of exemplary leaders: challenge the process (Kouzes &amp; Posner, 2018). Two low-cost, quick activities are included for implementation with youth and adults working with youth. These activities are best suited for students ages 10–18. However, modifications are included for each of the activities to allow for different group sizes, ages, and abilities of the youth involved.</p> 2020-03-13T10:27:33-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121240 Navigating the Unprecedented: Leading Remotely Unexpectedly 2020-03-24T15:01:19-04:00 Matthew Sowcik sowcik@ufl.edu Megan Stein mstein17@ufl.edu <p style="margin: 12.0pt 0in 12.0pt 0in;">Leaders tend to have a set of assumptions or ideas about how to do their job. As the world moves quickly to social distancing and remote work, leaders rely on their assumptions to navigate this new landscape. Different frames of reference can act as a road map allowing leaders to take the first steps into the unknown. This new 4-page article utilizes these Bolman and Deal's four frames addressing different aspects of leadership to provide best practices for leading in a remote work environment. Written by Matthew Sowcik and Megan Stein, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.</p> 2020-03-24T15:01:18-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121242 Navigating the Unprecedented: Working Remotely Unexpectedly 2020-03-24T15:01:38-04:00 Matt Sowcik sowcik@ufl.edu Megan Stein mstein17@ufl.edu <p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;">Working from an alternative location can be a daunting adjustment. Ensuring personal well-being and productivity through unexpected times takes a proactive partnership between employers and employees. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication provides some best practices for personal well-being and productivity while working remotely. Written by Megan Stein and Matthew Sowcik.</p> 2020-03-24T15:01:38-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/116686 Soil Organic Matter Impacts on Sugarcane Production on Florida Mineral Soils 2020-03-09T09:45:10-04:00 Mabry McCray jmmccray@ufl.edu Stewart Swanson stew@ufl.edu <p>Sugarcane growth on mineral soils in Florida can often be highly variable as related to the nature of the soils. The soil factor that best relates to sugarcane growth is soil organic matter content. Very stunted sugarcane is also associated with high nematode populations, which indicate high risk of crop damage. This new 4-page publication of the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department discusses grower options for evaluating and increasing soil organic matter. Written by J. Mabry McCray and Stewart Swanson.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ag441">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ag441</a></p> 2020-03-06T16:19:07-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117653 Tank-Mixing Pesticides without Disasters 2020-03-16T10:35:19-04:00 Frederick M. Fishel weeddr@ufl.edu <p>Tank-mixing several pesticides is a common practice in conducting pest control. Tank mixes can consist of much more than just pesticides, such as fertilizers, micronutrients, and adjuvants. However, applicators must be aware of potential problems given that&nbsp;there are so many potential combinations when combining&nbsp;these products. Manufacturers cannot possibly test for all of these combinations, so both chemical and physical incompatibility are a concern with the practice. This new 4-page document, written by Frederick M. Fishel and published by the UF/IFAS Pesticide Information Office, describes some common-sense practices to help overcome costly tank-mixing errors.</p> 2020-03-16T10:35:17-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/114579 Insect bite hypersensitivity in horses 2020-03-25T10:10:44-04:00 Rosanna Marsella marsella@ufl.edu Nicky Craig Nicola.Craig@medicine.ufl.edu Carissa Wickens cwickens@ufl.edu Samantha Brooks samantha.brooks@ufl.edu <p>Allergic skin disease is a very common cause of itching in horses. The itching can severely affect the horse?s quality of life, leading to the horse wounding itself by biting or scratching, and it can reduce the utility of the horse. This 4-page fact sheet written by Rosanna Marsella, Nicky Craig, Carissa Wickens, and Samantha Brooks and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Animal Sciences explains how to manage allergic skin disease, control itching, treat secondary infections, and prevent the insect bites in the first place.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/an359">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/an359</a></p> 2020-03-24T09:44:50-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115569 Termite Prevention and Control 2020-03-25T10:28:16-04:00 Faith Oi foi@ufl.edu James Davis dvisshdn@ufl.edu Julie McConnell juliebmcconnell@ufl.edu Judy Corbus jlcorbus@ufl.edu Nelly Nelson nelly.nelson@ufl.edu Michelle Atkinson michelleatkinson@ufl.edu <p>This 16-page guide written by F. M. Oi, J. Davis, J. McConnell, J. Corbus, N. Nelson, and M. Atkinson and published by the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Department is intended to help homeowners make informed choices about the best termite protection for their homes.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1277">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1277</a></p> 2020-03-24T18:09:58-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/109814 Giant Resin Bee Megachile sculpturalis (Smith) (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) 2020-03-03T13:45:07-05:00 Kristen C. Stevens cjack@ufl.edu Cameron Jack cjack@ufl.edu James D Ellis jdellis@ufl.edu <p>Originally from eastern Asia, the giant resin bee, <em>Megachile sculpturalis </em>(Smith), was accidentally introduced into the United States in the 1990s. It is considered an adventive (not native and usually not established) species and is present in most states in the eastern US. Although these bees can be found on various plants, they typically prefer plants that have been introduced from their native area. Some have observed that when collecting pollen or nectar, <em>Megachile sculpturalis</em> will damage local flora, making it unusable to future bee visitors. However, evidence has shown that, although an adventive species, <em>Megachile sculpturalis </em>is thought to be a pollinator of a native and federally threatened plant, the <em>Apios Pricenana.<br></em><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1258">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1258</a></p> <p>Also available on the Featured Creatures website:&nbsp;<a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/BEES/Giant_resin.html">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/BEES/Giant_resin.html</a></p> 2020-03-03T13:45:06-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/108712 Striped Lynx Spider Oxyopes salticus (Hentz 1845) (Arachnida: Araneae: Oxyopidae) 2020-03-03T16:07:10-05:00 Laurel B. Lietzenmayer lblietzenmayer@ufl.edu Ronald D Cave rdcave@ufl.edu Lisa A Taylor lisa.taylor@ufl.edu <p>The striped lynx spider,&nbsp;<em>Oxyopes salticus&nbsp;</em>(Hentz), is a small, spiny-legged spider and generalist predator that feeds on a wide variety of insect prey, including several economically important insect pests. This lynx spider species is one of the most abundant beneficial spider species in gardens, yards, and agricultural fields throughout North America.&nbsp;<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1259">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1259</a></p> <p>The article is a Featured Creature article on the striped lynx spider, <em>Oxyopes salticus</em>.<br><a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/SPIDERS/striped_lynx.html">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/SPIDERS/striped_lynx.html</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:07:08-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/114514 Asian longhorned tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis Neumann (Arachnida: Acari: Ixodidae) 2020-03-19T15:43:51-04:00 Yuexun Tian yuexun.tian@ufl.edu Phillip E Kaufman pkaufman@ufl.edu <p>The Asian longhorned tick,&nbsp;<em>Haemaphysalis longicornis</em>&nbsp;Neumann, also known as the longhorned tick, bush tick (Australia), and cattle tick (New Zealand), is a three-host tick native to East Asia. This tick has been categorized as an invasive species in Australia, New Zealand, and several Pacific Islands. In the U.S., an Asian longhorned tick infestation was recorded in New Jersey during the fall of 2017. This tick is somewhat unique in that females are capable of parthenogenesis, meaning that females can produce offspring without having mated with males. The Asian longhorned tick feeds on a wide range of hosts including birds and mammals, including humans. This tick is considered a medical and veterinary vector due to its ability to transmit pathogens that cause disease in humans and other animals.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1263">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1263</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:08:02-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/114437 Psorophora columbiae (Dyar & Knab), Dark rice field mosquito 2020-03-16T09:46:38-04:00 Christopher Stephen Bibbs chrisfish89@ufl.edu Derrick Mathias d.mathias@ufl.edu Nathan Daniel Burkett-Cadena nburkettcadena@ufl.edu <p>Organism fact sheet for the mosquito, <em>Psorophora columbiae</em> (Dyar &amp; Knab). Fact sheet includes a general overview of the organism, synonymy in nomenclature, current known US distribution, descriptions, life cycle, biology, medical/veterinary importance, and management.&nbsp;<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1265">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1265&nbsp;</a></p> <p>Also available on the Featured Creatures website:&nbsp;<a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/AQUATIC/Psorophora_columbiae.html">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/AQUATIC/Psorophora_columbiae.html</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:09:30-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115312 Brazilian Peppertree Thrips Pseudophilothrips ichini (Hood) (Insecta: Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae) 2020-03-19T15:00:25-04:00 Patricia Prade prade@ufl.edu Carey R Minteer c.minteerkillian@ufl.edu James P Cuda jcuda@ufl.edu <p>The Brazilian peppertree thrips, <em>Pseudophilothrips ichini</em> (Hood) (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae), is an insect native to Brazil (Figure 1). This species has been studied for the last 20+ years as a potential biological control agent of Brazilian peppertree, <em>Schinus terebinthifolia</em> Raddi (Sapindales: Anacardiaceae), in Florida (Cuda et al. 2008; Cuda et al. 2008; Manrique at al. 2014; Wheeler et al. 2016a, b). Host specificity experiments demonstrated that <em>Pseudophilothrips ichini</em> has a limited host range (Cuda et al. 2008; Cuda et al. 2009; Wheeler et al. 2017) and can cause a severe reduction of Brazilian peppertree biomass (Manrique at al. 2014).<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1270">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1270</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:10:15-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115566 European Wool Carder Bee, Wool Carder Bee Anthidium manicatum (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) 2020-03-19T16:41:21-04:00 Samantha Gallagher gallagher3570@ufl.edu Andrea Lucky alucky@ufl.edu <p>The European wool carder bee&nbsp;<em>Anthidium manicatum&nbsp;</em>(Linnaeus) is a solitary, cavity-nesting bee species in the family Megachilidae (tribe Anthidiini), a family whose members include the mason and leaf cutter bees. Wool carder bees are so named because the female bee scrapes and collects the soft downy hairs (trichomes) of fuzzy plants to use in building a nest for her young. Some consider male wool carder bees very charismatic and enjoy watching them chase after other bees that invade their territory, while others would call them bullies based on male bees’ aggressive tendencies toward other bees when defending floral resources.</p> <p>This species has been called the most widely distributed unmanaged bee in the world (Strange et al. 2011) because of its expansive native and non-native range.</p> <p>This document describes its synonymy, distribution, description, life cycle and biology, hosts, economic importance, and includes selected references.<br>Available on EDIS at <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1274">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1274</a></p> <p>Also available on the Featured Creatures website at&nbsp;<a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/BEES/Anthidium_manicatum.html">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/MISC/BEES/Anthidium_manicatum.html</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:11:05-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/114481 Little Leaf Notcher (suggested common name) Artipus floridanus Horn (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae) 2020-03-19T16:42:30-04:00 Angela Gabrielle LaTora ag.latora@ufl.edu Adam Dale agdale@ufl.edu <p><em>Artipus floridanus&nbsp;</em>Horn, also known as the little leaf notcher, is a secondary pest of citrus and several ornamental plants in Florida and the Caribbean. This species is in the order Coleoptera, the beetles, and the family Curculionidae, the weevils and snout beetles. It was first described by Horn in 1876 (Poole 1996).&nbsp;<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1264">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1264</a></p> <p>Also available at:&nbsp;<a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/CITRUS/Artipus_floridanus.html">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/CITRUS/Artipus_floridanus.html</a></p> 2020-03-03T16:08:44-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119128 Brown Dog Tick Rhipicephalus sanguineus Latreille (Arachnida: Acari: Ixodidae) 2020-03-27T15:42:37-04:00 Yuexun Tian yuexun.tian@ufl.edu Cynthia Lord clord@ufl.edu Phillip E. Kaufman pkaufman@ufl.edu <p>The brown dog tick is unusual among ticks in that it can complete its entire life cycle indoors as well as outdoors. Brown dog tick infestations can develop in dog kennels and residences, where populations can reach dramatic levels and cause dog diseases. This 6-page fact sheet written by and published by the UF/IFAS provides the distribution, description and identification, life cycle, and management of the brown dog tick as well as its hosts and the medical and veterinary significance of this troublesome pest.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in378">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in378</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>This article is co-published with the Featured Creatures collection of UF/IFAS Department of Entomology &amp; Nematology, and FDACS/DPI, available at&nbsp;<a href="http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/urban/medical/brown_dog_tick.htm">http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/urban/medical/brown_dog_tick.htm</a>&nbsp;</p> 2020-03-26T18:46:46-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121127 Adecuado lavado de manos para adultos mayores 2020-03-25T13:47:47-04:00 Amy Simonne, PhD asim@ufl.edu Victor Blanco victorblancomar@ufl.edu <p><em>Lavarse las manos es una forma importante de reducir la propagación de enfermedades infecciosas.&nbsp;Los gérmenes de origen humano y animal pueden transmitirse a las manos, que a su vez pueden&nbsp;transmitir los gérmenes a otras personas, alimentos y cualquier otra cosa que toquen. El adecuado&nbsp;lavado de las manos puede reducir la cantidad de microorganismos infecciosos en nuestras manos y&nbsp;reducir el riesgo de contraer algunas enfermedades.&nbsp;<br></em><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1489">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1489</a></p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FS727">Proper Hand Washing for Elders (FCS8785Eng/FY727)</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2020-03-17T15:07:56-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121130 Adecuado lavado de manos para manipuladores de alimentos 2020-03-25T13:28:24-04:00 Amy Simonne, PhD asim@ufl.edu Victor Blanco victorblanco@ufl.edu <p><em>El lavado de manos es uno de los principales métodos utilizados para ayudar a prevenir enfermedades&nbsp;transmitidas por los alimentos. El lavado adecuado de las manos reducirá el riesgo de transmitir&nbsp;microorganismos, como bacterias, virus y otros agentes, que causan enfermedades a las personas que&nbsp;comen los alimentos que manipulas. Si necesita usar desinfectante para las manos, ¡siempre lávate&nbsp;las manos primero! La suciedad, los alimentos o cualquier otra cosa en las manos hacen menos eficaz</em><br><em>el efecto del alcohol. ¡No use desinfectante para manos en lugar de lavarse las manos!</em><br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1488">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1488</a></p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of&nbsp;<a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy726">Proper Hand Washing for Food Handlers (FCS8784Eng/FY726)</a>.</p> 2020-03-17T15:40:49-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121131 Adecuado lavado de manos para niños en la escuela 2020-03-25T13:39:06-04:00 Amy Simonne, PhD asim@ufl.edu Victor Blanco victorblanco@ufl.edu <p><em>Los gérmenes pueden esconderse debajo de uñas largas y en manos sucias. Mantener las uñas cortas&nbsp;y lavarse las manos con frecuencia son las cosas más importantes que puedes hacer para evitar que&nbsp;los gérmenes te enfermen. Los gérmenes que causan enfermedades como resfriados, gripe, diarrea y&nbsp;vómitos pueden llegar a tus manos al tocar las cosas a tu alrededor. Las personas, las mascotas, los&nbsp;alimentos crudos, los juguetes, la tierra y los objetos utilizados en nuestra vida diaria pueden tener</em><br><em>gérmenes.&nbsp;Lavarte las manos adecuadamente ayuda a eliminar los germenes.<br></em><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1487">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1487</a><em><br></em></p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of&nbsp;<a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy725">Proper Hand Washing for School Children (FCS8783Eng/FY725)</a></p> 2020-03-17T16:18:01-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121133 Adecuado lavado de manos para cuidadores 2020-03-25T13:43:27-04:00 Amy Simonne, PhD asim@ufl.edu Victor Blanco victorblanco@ufl.edu <p><em>El lavado de las manos es una forma importante de reducir la transferencia fecal-oral de gérmenes que</em><br><em>causan enfermedades. Los niños pequeños y los ancianos con limitaciones tienen menos capacidad</em><br><em>para combatir los gérmenes que otras personas. Como cuidador, usted puede ayudar a reducir el riesgo de</em><br><em>transmisión de enfermedades en ambientes con multitudes mediante el uso de los adecuados procedimientos de</em><br><em>lavado de manos.<br></em><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1486">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1486</a><em><br></em></p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of&nbsp;<a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy724">Proper Hand Washing for Caregivers (FCS8782Eng/FY724)</a>.</p> 2020-03-18T10:07:30-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121262 Pi bon fason pou timoun piti (ki gen laj pou ale lekòl) lave men yo 2020-03-25T14:51:50-04:00 Amy Simonne asim@ufl.edu Nicole Monval nmonval@ufl.edu Emmanuel Jean Claude Duvalsaint, MSc eduvalsaint@ufl.edu <p><em>Jèm yo ka kache anba zong ki long ak nan men ki sal. Kenbe zong ou kout epi lave men w souvan, se aksyon ki pi enpòtan ou ka poze pou anpeche jèm mikwòb fè w tonbe malad. Jèm ki bay maladi tankou larim, grip, dyare, ak vomisman ka vinn nan men w lè w manyen objè ki nan alantou w. Moun, animal domestik, manje kri, jwèt, tè, ak tout objè nou itilize plizyè fwa pa jou, yo tout ka gen jèm mikwòb sou yo. Lè w lave men w byen li ede retire jèm mikwòb nan men w.</em> This is the Haitian Creole version of FCS8783, <em>Proper Hand Washing for School Children</em>. Written by Amy Simonne, translated and reviewed by Emmanuel Jean Claude Duvalsaint and Nicole Monval, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences, March 2020.</p> 2020-03-25T09:57:30-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121261 Pi bon fason pou granmoun (kap pran swen lòt moun) lave men yo 2020-03-25T14:54:50-04:00 Amy Simonne asim@ufl.edu Nicole Monval nmonval@ufl.edu Emmanuel Jean Claude Duvalsaint eduvalsaint@ufl.edu <p><em>Lave men enpòtan pou redwi transfè jèm mikwòb ki soti nan matyè fekal oswa poupou pou ale nan bouch, ki ka lakoz maladi. Timoun piti ak granmoun aje yo gen mwens kapasite pou yo konbat jèm mikwòb pase lòt kategori moun. Kòm moun kap pran swen moun ou ka ede diminye risk maladi ki ka pwopaje nan anviwònman ki gen anpil moun lè w swiv bon jan metòd pou lave men w</em>. This is the Haitian Creole version of FCS8782, <em>Proper Hand Washing for Caregivers</em>. Written by Amy Simonne, translated and reviewed by Emmanuel Jean Claude Duvalsaint and Nicole Monval, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences, March 2020.</p> 2020-03-25T11:20:41-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115567 An Overview of the Grapefruit Market in France 2020-03-25T15:28:22-04:00 Yan Heng yheng@ufl.edu Mitzey Tejeda mitzytejeda17@ufl.edu Lisa House lahouse@ufl.edu <p>The authors of this 4-page fact sheet, Yan Heng, Mitzey Tejeda, and Lisa House, used a national survey to analyze and understand French consumer preferences and consumption behavior regarding grapefruit. They found that more than half of the respondents were willing to purchase grapefruit in the upcoming year, suggesting that French consumers hold an overall positive image of grapefruit. As a major and well-recognized supplier providing high-quality products, Florida has the opportunity to continue producing and exporting grapefruit to France. Published by the UF/IFAS Food and Resource Economics Department.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1072">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1072</a></p> 2020-03-03T12:41:05-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115565 Harmonizing the Assessment of the Impacts of Natural Disasters to Florida Agriculture 2020-03-25T15:36:43-04:00 Christa Dean Court ccourt@ufl.edu Alan W Hodges awhodges@ufl.edu Matthew Lollar mlollar@ufl.edu <p>UF/IFAS Extension has developed an online survey instrument to improve collection of data on losses to Florida agricultural businesses following disasters and to assist agricultural stakeholders in times of disaster. Florida’s agricultural sector frequently experiences substantial adverse impacts during and after natural disasters. Depending on the size and scope of the disaster, agricultural business owners and employees could suffer reduced earnings, financial insecurity, and social stress, and consumers could experience temporary food insecurity. Timely provision of credible estimates of agricultural losses after a disaster is critical to an official disaster declaration and to timely provision of disaster relief and recovery, but collecting data on agricultural losses can present challenges. This 15-page fact sheet written by Christa Court, Alan Hodges, and Matt Lollar and published by the UF/IFAS Food and Resource Economics Department describes the online survey instrument, explains how to use it, and communicates how the data collected will be used in analyses of economic losses.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1075">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1075</a></p> 2020-03-20T14:03:43-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/106976 How to Start a Food Business: Basic Food Technology: Food Acidity 2020-03-27T13:17:49-04:00 Soohyoun Ahn sahn82@ufl.edu Jayna Goldstein jaynagold@ufl.edu George Baker glba@ufl.edu Matthew Krug mkrug@ufl.edu <p>Food acidity is an important parameter in food product development. Most people know that food acidity influences flavor, but more importantly, food acidity can affect the ability of microorganisms to grow in food. Food acidity, or the amount of acid that is present in the food, is used to classify a food product, and that classification determines the regulatory requirements for the specific food product. This new 6-page publication of the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department describes how to measure food acidity and how food is classified based on its acidity. Written by Soohyoun Ahn, Jayna Goldstein, George Baker, and Matthew Krug.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs325">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs325</a></p> 2020-03-05T16:55:46-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121155 COVID-19 FAQ for Farmers Markets: Steps for Markets and Market Managers 2020-03-18T11:51:28-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding COVID-19 for farmers markets and market managers. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T00:00:00-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121159 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Cleaning and Disinfection 2020-03-18T11:32:13-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding cleaning and disinfection measures for COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:32:12-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121157 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Preparing for an Outbreak in Your Community 2020-03-18T11:32:39-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides general community guidance for COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:32:39-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121160 COVID-19 FAQ for Food Banks: Best Practices and Communication 2020-03-18T11:33:12-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding COVID-19 for food banks. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:33:11-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121164 COVID-19 FAQ for Food Banks: Receiving Food and Cleaning 2020-03-18T11:33:58-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for food banks regarding COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:33:57-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121165 COVID-19 FAQ for Grocery Stores: Receiving and Food Packaging 2020-03-18T11:34:21-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for grocery stores regarding COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:34:21-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121166 COVID-19 FAQ for Grocery Stores: Cleaning and Disinfection 2020-03-18T11:34:40-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for grocery stores regarding cleaning and disinfection measures for COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:34:40-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121168 COVID-19 FAQ for Grocery Stores: General Questions and Employee Health 2020-03-18T11:35:08-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance&nbsp;for grocery stores regarding COVID-19 and employee health. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:35:07-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121169 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Clean Your Hands Often 2020-03-18T11:35:32-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for washing your hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:35:31-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121171 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Homemade Hand Sanitizer 2020-03-31T13:48:35-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance &nbsp;for making hand sanitizer at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> <p>This flyer has been updated as of 3/29/2020. The measurements of hydrogen peroxide and glycerin were corrected.</p> 2020-03-18T11:36:05-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121172 COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: Cleaning and Disinfection 2020-03-18T11:36:39-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance &nbsp;for food service establishments to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T00:00:00-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121175 COVID-19 FAQ for U-Pick Farms: Steps for Farm Managers 2020-03-18T11:37:01-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for U-pick farm managers to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:37:01-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121176 COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: General Questions and Employee Health 2020-03-18T11:37:22-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance&nbsp;for food service establishments to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:37:21-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121178 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: What to Do If You Are Sick 2020-03-18T11:37:40-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding what to do if you might be sick with COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:37:39-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121174 COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: Receiving and Food Packaging 2020-03-18T11:48:27-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for food service establishments to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:48:27-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121194 COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Food Safety Issue? 2020-03-18T11:56:41-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides information about food safety in relation to COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:56:41-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121195 COVID-19 FAQ for Community Gardens: Steps for Garden Managers and Gardeners 2020-03-18T11:56:52-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance for managing community gardens with regards to COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-18T11:56:51-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121219 COVID-19 medidas preventivas: Como prepararse contra un brote en su comunidad 2020-03-27T13:30:07-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-4, <em>COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Preparing for an Outbreak in Your Community</em>. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-20T17:46:10-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121222 COVID-19 medidas preventivas: Limpiando y desinfectando 2020-03-27T13:30:48-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-5, <em>COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Cleaning and Disinfection</em>. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-20T17:46:22-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121224 COVID-19 medidas preventivas: Lávese las manos frecuentemente 2020-03-27T13:31:41-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-11, <em>COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Clean Your Hands Often</em>. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-20T17:46:31-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121226 COVID-19 medidas preventivas: Desinfectante de manos hecho en casa 2020-03-31T13:48:06-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-12, <em>COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Homemade Hand Sanitzer</em>. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> <p>This flyer has been updated as of 3/29/2020. The measurements of hydrogen peroxide and glycerin were corrected.</p> 2020-03-20T17:46:40-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121227 COVID-19 medidas preventivas: ¿Qué hacer si está enfermo? 2020-03-27T13:33:56-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular is the Spanish translation of FSHN20-17, <em>COVID-19 Preventative Measures: What to Do If You Get Sick</em>. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-20T17:46:52-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121235 COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Concern at Grocery Stores? 2020-03-27T16:03:18-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding food safety at grocery stores. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-24T15:17:11-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121236 COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Concern with Takeout? 2020-03-24T15:17:35-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>These flyers, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provide quick, digestible information regarding prevention of COVID-19 and procedures for food service, grocery stores, and other food-related businesses. This flyer in particular provides guidance regarding takeout and COVID-19. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-24T15:17:34-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121333 Is Coronavirus an Issue in Produce Production? 2020-03-26T14:40:25-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>CDC, FDA and USDA have no reports at this time of human illnesses that suggest coronavirus can be transmitted by food or food packaging. Research on similar viruses, such as SARS and influenza, show risk of transmission from food is very low. While information on if or how long virus persists on surfaces is minimal, risk of foodborne transmission is low and should not be of concern. This flyer, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provides answers to some frequently asked questions about coronavirus and produce production. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-26T14:40:25-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121334 Is Coronavirus a Concern on Fresh Produce? 2020-03-26T14:40:34-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>CDC, FDA and USDA are not aware of any reports at this time of human illnesses that suggest<br>coronavirus can be transmitted by food or food packaging. However, it is always important to<br>follow good hygiene practices (i.e., wash hands and surfaces often, separate raw meat from other<br>foods, cook to the right temperature, and refrigerate foods promptly) when handling or preparing foods. This flyer, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provides answers to some frequently asked questions about coronavirus and fresh produce. Published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-03-26T14:40:33-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121340 Preguntas frecuentes del COVID-19 para los bancos de alimentos consejos a poner en practica 2020-03-30T14:31:14-04:00 Jenny Aviles Rodriguez jennyarodriguez@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Cu&amp;aacute;les son los pasos que deben implementar?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; debe comunicarse a los clientes?<br>&amp;iquest;Cu&amp;aacute;l es el protocolo en el caso de que un empleado o cliente se diagnostice con COVID-19 o piense que lo tiene?</p> <p>This is the Spanish-language version of&nbsp;FSHN20-6/FS329: COVID-19 FAQ for Food Banks: Best Practices and Communication. Written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), translated by Jenny Aviles Rodriguez, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> <p><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs329">FSHN20-6/FS329: COVID-19 FAQ for Food Banks: Best Practices and Communication</a></p> 2020-03-30T14:31:14-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121360 COVID-19 Preventative Measures: Cleaning and Disinfecting Reusable Bags 2020-03-30T14:31:41-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>Current evidence suggests that novel coronavirus may remain viable for hours or days on a variety of surfaces. Cleaning followed by disinfection is recommended by the CDC as a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings. This new flyer, published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department and written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), provides information on safe cleaning and disinfection of reusable bags.</p> 2020-03-30T14:31:40-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121337 Preguntas Frecuentes de COVID-19 para bancos de alimentos: recepción de alimentos y limpieza 2020-04-03T17:32:59-04:00 Victor J. Blanco victorblanco@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Se puede propagar el COVID-19 a trav&amp;eacute;s de los alimentos?<br>&amp;iquest;Es seguro aceptar alimentos de pa&amp;iacute;ses o estados impactados por COVID-19?<br>&amp;iquest;Deben limpiarse los empaques de alimentos antes de usarlos?<br>&amp;iquest;C&amp;oacute;mo debe manejarse la limpieza y la desinfecci&amp;oacute;n?</p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of FSHN20-7S/FS330,&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Food Banks: Receiving Food and Cleaning&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), translated by Victor Blanco, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-03T17:32:58-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121463 COVID-19 para Supermercados: Recepción y empaque de alimentos 2020-04-03T17:33:08-04:00 Liza Garcia-Jimenez lizagarcia@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;El virus COVID-19 puede transmitirse a trav&amp;eacute;s de los alimentos?<br>&amp;iquest;Es seguro aceptar alimentos de pa&amp;iacute;ses o estados impactados por el virus COVID-19?<br>&amp;iquest;Deben limpiarse los paquetes de alimentos antes de usarlos?<br>Si queremos limpiar y desinfectar, &amp;iquest;qu&amp;eacute; debe usarse?</p> <p>This is the Spanish language version of FSHN20-08-Span/FS331,&nbsp;COVID-19 FAQ for Grocery Stores: Receiving and Food Packaging, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), translated by Liza Garcia-Jimenez, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-03T17:33:08-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121476 Preguntas frecuentes sobre el virus del COVID-19 en supermercados: limpieza y desinfección 2020-04-06T09:56:10-04:00 Nelly Nelson nelly.nelson@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; desinfectantes se deben utilizar?<br>&amp;iquest;C&amp;oacute;mo deben manejarse las superficies y las &amp;aacute;reas de auto servicio?</p> <p>This is a Spanish language translation of FSHN20-09/FS332:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Grocery Stores: Cleaning and Disinfection&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), translated by Nelly Nelson, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-06T09:56:09-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121470 COVID-19 preguntas frecuentes para servicios de comida: recepcion de alimentos y sus empaques 2020-04-06T10:27:38-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Pudiera Propagarse el COVID-19 a trav&amp;eacute;s de los alimentos?<br>&amp;iquest;Es seguro recibir alimentos de estados o paises afectados por COVID-19?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; sucede si la cadena de suministro de alimentos se interrumpe?<br>&amp;iquest;Debo limpiar los empaques de alimentos antes de usarlos?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; debemos utilizar si queremos lavar y desinfectar?</p> <p>This is a translation of FSHN20-14/FS337:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: Receiving and Food Packaging&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-06T00:00:00-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121466 COVID-19 preguntas frecuentes para servicios de comida: preguntas generales y salud de los empleados 2020-04-06T17:30:18-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Pudiera Propagarse el COVID-19 a trav&amp;eacute;s de los alimentos?<br>&amp;iquest;Puediera el virus alojarse en el cabello o en la barba?<br>&amp;iquest;Cuales son las practicas m&amp;aacute;s efectivas que puedo implementar en mi establecimiento?<br>&amp;iquest;Existe algun procedimiento que deba seguir si un empleado es diagnosticado con COVID-19 o piensa que lo contrajo?<br>&amp;iquest;Puedo tomarle la temperatura a un empleado que venga a trabajar?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; sucede si un empleado tiene miedo y no quiere venir a trabajar o servirle a un cliente enfermo? ¿Qu&amp;eacute; tal si ya us&amp;oacute; todos sus d&amp;iacute;as de enfermedad (sick time)?<br>This is a Spanish language version of COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: General Questions and Employee Health, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs359"&gt;https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs359&lt;/a&gt;</p> 2020-04-06T17:30:18-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121473 COVID-19: preguntas frequentes para huertas comunitarias: pasos para encargados de huertas y jardineros 2020-04-06T17:35:16-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>This is the Spanish language version of FSHN20-19/FS342:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Community Gardens: Steps for Garden Managers and Gardeners&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-06T17:35:16-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121479 COVID-19 preguntas frecuentes para servicios de comida: limpiando y desinfectando 2020-04-07T09:42:45-04:00 Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; desinfectantes se deben usar?<br>&amp;iquest;C&amp;oacute;mo se deben tratar las superficies?<br>&amp;iquest;C&amp;oacute;mo se deben mantener las &amp;aacute;reas de autoservicio?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; debe hacer si un cliente ha sido diagnosticado con COVID-19?<br>This is a Spanish language translation of FSHN20-13/FS336:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Food Service: Cleaning and Disinfection&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T09:42:44-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121486 COVID-19 Seguridad de alimentos: Es el coronavirus un problema de seguridad en los alimentos? 2020-04-07T09:58:12-04:00 Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Es el coronavirus un problema de seguridad en los alimentos?<br>&amp;iquest;Representa un riesgo de propagaci&amp;oacute;n del COVID-19 la comida que viene de otros pa&amp;iacute;ses y estados afectados por este virus?<br>&amp;iquest;Es seguro comer en un establecimiento de comida que tenga un empleado infectado con el coronavirus?<br>&amp;iquest;Podr&amp;iacute;a enfermarme con COVID-19 al tocar alimentos, paquetes de comidas o superficies que han estado en contacto con este virus?<br>&amp;iquest;Como deben manipularse los alimentos durante la pandemia de COVID-19?<br>This is the Spanish language translation of FSHN20-18-Span/FS341:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Food Safety Issue?&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T09:58:12-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121488 COVID-19 seguridad de alimentos: Me debo preocupar del coronavirus y la comida para llevar? 2020-04-07T10:07:04-04:00 Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapmans benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Me debo preocupar del coronavirus y la comida para llevar?<br>&amp;iquest;Cu&amp;aacute;les son los riesgos con las comida para llevar o de autoservicio?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; riesgos hay con los alimentos entregados a domicilio?<br>&amp;iquest;Pudiera contagiarme con el COVID-19 si toco comida o paquetes expuestos al virus?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; pasa dentro de mi cuerpo si ingiero el coronavirus a trav&amp;eacute;s de alimentos?<br>This is the Spanish language version of FSHN20-21/FS349:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Concern with Takeout?&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T10:07:03-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121484 COVID-19: Seguridad de Alimentos: Me debo preocupar del coronavirus cuando voy al supermarcado? 2020-04-07T10:13:15-04:00 Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu <p>&amp;iquest;Me debo preocupar del coronavirus cuando voy al supermercado?<br>&amp;iquest;Me pudiera enfermar con el COVID-19 si toco alimentos o paquetes que han estado en contacto con este virus?<br>&amp;iquest;C&amp;oacute;mo debo manipular las frutas y verduras?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; pasos puedo tomar para disminuir el riesgo de contaminaci&amp;oacute;n cuando voy al supermercado?<br>&amp;iquest;Qu&amp;eacute; est&amp;aacute; haciendo mi tienda para minimizar mi riesgo?<br>This is a Spanish language version of FSHN20-20/FS348,&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Is Coronavirus a Concern at Grocery Stores?&lt;/i&gt;, written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension), and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T10:13:15-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121492 COVID-19 and Food Safety FAQ: Shopping and Handling Groceries 2020-04-07T10:20:04-04:00 Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu <p>This new one-page flyer answers food safety questions about preventing COVID-19 transmission when grocery shopping and handling groceries. Written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman (NC State University Extension) and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T10:20:03-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121481 Preguntas frecuentes sobre el COVID-19 para los mercados agrícolas: Instrucciones para los mercados y administradores de mercados 2020-04-07T13:08:43-04:00 Cesar Asuaje crasuaje@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>*Las mejores pr&amp;aacute;cticas<br>*Comunicaci&amp;oacute;n<br>*Limpieza y desinfecci&amp;oacute;n<br>*Las buenas noticias<br>This new two-page document is a Spanish-language translation of &lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs326"&gt;FSHN20-03/FS326:&nbsp;&lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for Farmers Markets: Steps for Markets and Market Managers&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/a&gt;. Written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman, translated by Cesar Asuaje, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T13:08:42-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/121464 Preguntas Frecuentes del COVID-19 para Fincas “U-PICK”: Instrucciones para Gerentes de Fincas 2020-04-07T14:02:58-04:00 Fernando Alferez alferez@ufl.edu Natalie Seymour nrseymou@ncsu.edu Mary Yavelak mkyavela@ncsu.edu Candice Christian candice_christian@ncsu.edu Ben Chapman benjamin_chapman@ncsu.edu Michelle Danyluk mddanyluk@ufl.edu <p>*Buenas practicas<br>*Comunicaci&amp;oacute;n con los clientes<br>*Limpieza y desinfeccion<br>*La buena noticia<br>This new two-page article is the Spanish-language translation of &lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs338"&gt;FSHN20-15/FS338, &lt;i&gt;COVID-19 FAQ for U-Pick Farms: Steps for Farm Managers&lt;/i&gt;.&lt;/a&gt;Written by Natalie Seymour, Mary Yavelak, Candice Christian, and Ben Chapman, translated by Fernando Alferez, and published by the UF/IFAS Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.</p> 2020-04-07T14:02:57-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/116452 Timber Inventory: a primer for landowners 2020-03-27T13:49:10-04:00 John Dooner nomail@nomail.com Michael G Andreu mandreu@ufl.edu <p>This 7-page fact sheet written by John Dooner and Michael Andreu and published by the UF/IFAS School of Forest Resources and Conservation outlines a process called <em>timber cruising</em>, surveying timber inventory to estimate the current volume and value of a timber stand. The authors explain the process of timber cruising from initial tree-level measurements to the final total stand-level estimates and various methods for conducting the cruise.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fr426">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fr426</a></p> 2020-03-03T12:23:41-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/108810 Quantum GIS (QGIS): An introduction to a free alternative to more costly GIS platforms 2020-03-31T11:35:07-04:00 Jeffry M. Flenniken mflenniken@ufl.edu Steven Stuglik sstuglik@ufl.edu Basil V. Iannone biannone@ufl.edu <p>Geographic information system (GIS) software packages can be prohibitively expensive, causing many to shy away from mapping and spatial analysis. This 7-page fact sheet written by Jeffry M. Flenniken, Steven Stuglik, and Basil V. Iannone III and published by the UF/IFAS School of Forest Resources and Conservation introduces the reader to a free GIS software package called Quantum GIS (QGIS), walking the reader through simple GIS processes that can be used to visualize spatial patterns of importance to a variety of fields, including natural resources, agriculture, and urban planning. Learn how to create a land-cover map for a county of interest and create heatmaps that illustrate the density of a given attribute (Florida Springs for this example). This publication will benefit those interested in incorporating GIS into their work but who are unable to afford expensive proprietary GIS software packages, as well as anyone interested in learning a new GIS software package.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fr428">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fr428</a></p> 2020-03-31T11:35:05-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115599 [FA220] Ocean Acidification: Calcifying Marine Organisms 2020-03-20T18:24:22-04:00 Joseph Henry henry8404@ufl.edu Joshua Patterson joshpatterson@ufl.edu Lisa Krimsky lkrimsky@ufl.edu <p>Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) concentration leading to ocean acidification is a threat to marine ecosystems and organisms. As atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> rises, CO<sub>2</sub> is driven into the ocean. When CO<sub>2</sub> combines with seawater it makes carbonic acid. Carbonic acid then breaks down to form a hydrogen ion and a bicarbonate ion. Excess hydrogen ions building up over time result in decreased seawater pH. Furthermore, the excess hydrogen ions combine with carbonate ions in the water, resulting in fewer available carbonate ions for marine calcifiers. These carbonate ions are an essential element for marine calcifiers and their decreased availability is of increasing concern. The overall change in pH and available carbonate ions has been shown to have direct impacts on physiology, behavior, and calcification rates of marine organisms. Coastal Florida boasts an abundance and diversity of calcifying organisms that stand to be impacted by the altered carbonate chemistry resulting from increased atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> levels. This publication will focus on the impacts of ocean acidification on Calcification. Specifically focusing on how calcification in corals, bivalves, echinoderms and planktonic organisms are being impacte.</p> 2020-03-20T18:24:18-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115598 [FA219] Ocean Acidification: Fish Physiology and Behavior 2020-03-20T18:25:07-04:00 Joshua Patterson joshpatterson@ufl.edu Lisa Krimsky lkrimsky@ufl.edu Joseph Henry henry8404@ufl.edu <p>Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) has led to increased levels of dissolved CO<sub>2 </sub>in the Earth’s oceans. This has generally decreased the pH of – or “acidified” – ocean water. Decreased pH, along with other chemical changes ultimately caused by an increase in dissolved CO<sub>2</sub>, could have direct effects on the physiology and behavior of fishes. Physiology deals with the systems contained in a living organism that allow it to function and respond to its environment. Scientists have dedicated a lot of time and effort to studying the potential effects of OA on fish physiology and behavior. This publication will summarize the current state of our understanding on the topic, with special emphasis on Florida fishes. It will also address current knowledge gaps and limitations inherent in understanding the real-world effects of a complex global process using data largely collected on isolated fish in laboratory experiments.</p> 2020-03-20T18:25:03-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115758 [FA222] Fish Population Recruitment: What recruitment means and why it matters 2020-03-27T10:08:12-04:00 Ed Camp edvcamp@ufl.edu Angela B Collins abcollins@ufl.edu Robert N.M. Ahrens rahrens@ufl.edu Kai Lorenzen klorenzen@ufl.edu <p>Recruitment is probably the most important process that regulations populations of fish, but it is complicated to understand. Recruitment refers to act of small, young fish transitioning to a older, larger life stage. What is so important is that during the recruitment period, natural mortality is density-dependent in a compensatory manner. This means that when there are fewer eggs and larval fish produced, there can be a similar number of fish “recruiting” to the sub-adult populations. So, recruitment processes are responsible for any fishery that is sustainable and are critically important to consider when making fisheries management decisions. This document explains what recruitment processes are, how they fit into fish life cycles, and why they are important for fisheries management.</p> 2020-03-27T10:08:10-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117782 Pruning Southern Highbush Blueberry in Florida 2020-03-09T09:43:11-04:00 Doug Phillips dal64372@ufl.edu Jeffrey Williamson jgrw@ufl.edu <p>Pruning is an essential part of blueberry production and is used to help establish new plantings; promote postharvest growth of new foliage and fruiting wood; balance vegetative and reproductive growth; reduce disease and certain insect pressure; assist in harvesting efficiency; and promote new cane growth and plant longevity. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department is a discussion of pruning practices on southern highbush blueberry in Florida. Written by Douglas A. Phillips and Jeffrey G. Williamson.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1359">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1359</a></p> 2020-03-06T09:44:15-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117786 Reproductive Growth and Development of Blueberry 2020-03-09T09:10:54-04:00 Doug Phillips dal64372@ufl.edu Jeffrey Williamson jgrw@ufl.edu James Olmstead james.olmstead@driscolls.com Paul Lyrene lyrene@ufl.edu <p>This is an update and revision to HS976 addressing reproductive growth and development of blueberry.</p> 2020-03-06T09:47:19-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117248 Fertigation via Center Pivot Irrigation for Commercial Potato Production in Florida 2020-03-13T12:14:08-04:00 Guodong Liu guodong@ufl.edu Xiangju Fu xiangjufu@ufl.edu Lincoln Zotarelli lzota@ufl.edu Steven Sargent sasa@ufl.edu Kati Migliaccio klwhite@ufl.edu Yuncong Li yunli@ufl.edu <p>Potatoes are an important crop in the United States, and Florida is ranked the 7th producer nationwide for potato production. In Florida, potatoes are mainly planted on sandy soils with low nutrient- and water-holding capacities. Nitrogen is the most limiting nutrient in these soils. Adopting efficient fertilization methods such as fertigation is imperative for minimizing leaching and improving use efficiency of nitrogen. This new 12-page article provides step-by-step guidelines for fertigation practices for commercial potato production. Written by Xiangju Fu, Guodong Liu, Lincoln Zotarelli, Steven Sargent, Kati Migliaccio, and Yuncong Li, and published by the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1361">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1361</a></p> 2020-03-13T12:14:07-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119678 El higo 2020-03-19T10:05:28-04:00 Ali Sarkhosh sarkhosha@ufl.edu Peter C. Andersen pcand@ufl.edu Luis Jonathan Clavijo Herrera luis.clavijo@ufl.edu <p>El higo (&lt;i&gt;Ficus carica&lt;/i&gt; L; familia Moracea) se origin&amp;oacute; en los tr&amp;oacute;picos del Viejo Mundo: Asia Menor y la Regi&amp;oacute;n Mediterr&amp;aacute;nea. En el Mediterr&amp;aacute;neo, el higo se ha cultivado desde el a&amp;ntilde;o 5,000 a.C. Muchos cultivares de higos fueron importados del Viejo Mundo en los &amp;uacute;ltimos 50 a&amp;ntilde;os. Actualmente, sin embargo, no hay programas de mejoramiento de higos en los Estados Unidos, y de entre al menos 60-100 cultivares de higos nombrados, relativamente pocos se cultivan en el sureste de los Estados Unidos.</p> <p>This is the Spanish version of HS27, &lt;i&gt;The Fig&lt;/i&gt;. (&lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/mg214"&gt;https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/mg214&lt;/a&gt;). Written by Ali Sarkhosh and Peter C. Andersen, translated by Luis Jonathan Clavijo Herrera, and published by the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department.</p> 2020-03-19T10:05:25-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117460 Recommendations for Control and Mitigation of Laurel Wilt and Ambrosia Beetle Vectors in Commercial Avocado Groves in Florida 2020-03-30T16:07:29-04:00 Jonathan Henry Crane jhcr@ufl.edu Daniel Carrillo dancar@ufl.edu Edward A. Evans eaevans@ufl.edu Romina Gazis r.gazisseregina@ufl.edu Bruce A Schaffer bas56@ufl.edu Fredy H Ballen Orozco fredy.ballen@ufl.edu Jeff Wasielewski jwasielewski@ufl.edu <p>The lethal laurel wilt epidemic affecting avocado trees in Florida is caused by a fungal pathogen-ambrosia beetle complex (LW-AB). The death of over 120,000 commercial avocado trees in Florida may be attributed to LW-AB. Recommendations for control and mitigation of this epidemic are needed to guide commercial producers in their decision-making process. This new 8-page publication of the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department outlines the LW-AB epidemic, provides information on the pathogen and ambrosia beetle vectors, provides a brief outline of current research findings, and offers recommendations for the control and mitigation of LW-AB. Written by Jonathan H. Crane, Daniel Carrillo, Edward A. Evans, Romina Gazis, Bruce Schaffer, Fredy Ballen, and Jeff Wasielewski.</p> <p>Correction as of 3/30/2020: Under "Prophylactic Fungicide Injections," this document previously said that when using Tilt, growers needed to have in their possession a Section 18 special local needs label (SLN). This has been corrected to read that they need a Section 18 Emergency Exemption label.</p> 2020-03-20T11:05:56-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119519 Evergreen Production System for Southern Highbush Blueberries in Florida 2020-03-23T10:00:24-04:00 Doug Phillips dal64372@ufl.edu Jeffrey G Williamson jgrw@ufl.edu Patricio R Munoz p.munoz@ufl.edu <p>In central and south-central Florida, many southern highbush blueberries (SHB) are grown in an evergreen system, in which the plants do not go dormant, and are managed to retain their leaves from the previous year through harvest the following spring to support early flowering and fruit set. The evergreen system has also been used under tunnels in north-central Florida. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department, written by Douglas A. Phillips, Jeffrey G. Williamson, and Patricio R. Munoz, provides an overview of the evergreen production system for SHB in Florida.</p> 2020-03-23T10:00:22-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/116668 Calendar for Southern Highbush Blueberry Management in Florida 2020-03-23T10:00:33-04:00 Doug Phillips dal64372@ufl.edu Jeffrey G. Williamson jgrw@ufl.edu Philip F Harmon pfharmon@ufl.edu Oscar E. Liburd oeliburd@ufl.edu Peter J. Dittmar pdittmar@ufl.edu <p>Southern highbush blueberries (SHB) are commercially grown throughout Florida in both deciduous and evergreen systems. This calendar addresses general management requirements on a monthly basis for conventional (nonorganic) systems and should be used in coordination with other UF/IFAS EDIS publications. This new 7-page article, published by the UF/IFAS Horticultural Sciences Department, was written by Douglas A. Phillips, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Philip F. Harmon, Oscar E. Liburd, and Peter J. Dittmar.</p> 2020-03-23T10:00:31-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/EDIS.PP356.2020 Macrocybe titans: The Mushroom Giant of the Western Hemisphere 2020-04-01T13:14:11-04:00 Elena Karlsen-Ayala ekarlsenayala@ufl.edu Matthew Edward Smith trufflesmith@ufl.edu <p>The aptly named &lt;i&gt;Macrocybe titans&lt;/i&gt;, meaning "giant head," is the largest known gilled mushroom in the Western Hemisphere. This species was originally described from Florida but can be found across the southeastern United States as well as the Caribbean, Central America, and parts of South America. These mushrooms are often found in clusters with the caps growing as large as 3 ft wide and 1&amp;ndash;1.5 ft tall! This species was first discovered in Gainesville, Florida, and is generally found near buildings or roads. This new three-page publication of the UF/IFAS Plant Pathology Department describes these giant mushrooms, their discovery, and where to find them. Written by Elena Karlsen-Ayala and Matthew E. Smith.&lt;br /&gt;&lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pp356"&gt;https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pp356&lt;/a&gt;</p> 2020-03-02T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115416 Everglades Agricultural Area Soil Subsidence and Sustainability 2020-03-03T17:31:57-05:00 Jehangir H Bhadha jango@ufl.edu Alan L Wright raom@ufl.edu George H Snyder ghsnyder@ufl.edu <p>This 4-page major revision, a publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Soil and Water Sciences, highlights the current status of Histosols within the Everglades Agricultural Area in southern Florida. Over the last century, soils within the region have gradually been lost via oxidation, a process commonly referred to as soil subsidence. The rate of subsidence is gradually declining, due to factors such as&nbsp;increased mineral content in soil, humification, and water management (maintenance of higher water tables). Best Management Practices and crop rotation help slow down the rate of oxidation and promote soil sustainability within the region. Written by Jehangir H. Bhadha, Alan L. Wright, and George H. Snyder.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss523"&gt;https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss523&lt;/a&gt;</p> 2020-03-03T17:31:56-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/106375 [SS680] How to Properly Dispose of Unwanted Medications 2020-03-17T09:30:48-04:00 Alexander Joseph Reisinger reisingera@ufl.edu <p>Properly disposing of expired or unused medications can help reduce the prevalence of prescription drug abuse in Florida. It also helps prevent accidental ingestion by children or pets, helps prevent accidentally taking the wrong medication, and prevents medications from entering water sources. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Soil and Water Sciences provides some dos and don’ts for disposing of your medications. Written by Alexander J. Reisinger.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss680">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss680</a></p> 2020-03-17T09:30:47-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/118416 Sources and Transformations of Nitrogen in Urban Landscapes 2020-03-30T12:54:31-04:00 Alexander Joseph Reisinger reisingera@ufl.edu Mary Lusk mary.lusk@ufl.edu Ashley Smyth ashley.smyth@ufl.edu <p>With 80% of Florida’s residents living within 10 miles of the coast, Florida’s aquatic resources are directly affected by urbanization. The intent of this new 6-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Soil and Water Sciences is to describe the urban nitrogen cycle for a non-technical audience. Ultimately, this document is intended for individuals working in urban environments and concerned about nutrient pollution and water quality issues, but do not have a technical background and want to improve their understanding of nitrogen cycling. Written by Alexander J. Reisinger, Mary G. Lusk, and Ashley R. Smyth.</p> <p><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss681">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ss681</a></p> 2020-03-30T12:54:28-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119802 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 1. Introduction 2020-04-07T12:20:00-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Kelly T Morgan conserv@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:19:59-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119803 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 2. Production Areas, Soils, and Land Preparation 2020-04-07T12:20:16-04:00 Mary E. Collins mec@ufl.edu Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu Jim Graham jhgraham@ufl.edu Fernando Alferez alferez@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:20:14-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119804 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 3. General Soil Fertility and Citrus Tree Nutrition 2020-04-07T12:20:28-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Stephen H. Futch shf@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:20:26-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119805 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 4. Soil and Leaf Tissue Testing 2020-04-07T12:20:41-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Edward A. Hanlon eahanlon@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:20:40-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119806 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 5. Precision Agriculture for Citrus Nutrient Management 2020-04-07T12:20:54-04:00 Arnold W. Schumann schumaw@ufl.edu Edward A. Hanlon eahanlon@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:20:53-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119807 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 6. Fertilizer Sources and Formulations 2020-04-07T12:21:07-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Brian J. Boman bjbo@ufl.edu Davie Kadyampakeni dkadyampakeni@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu Tripti Vashisth tvashisth@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:21:05-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119809 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 7. Methods of Fertilizer Application 2020-04-07T12:21:22-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Brian J. Boman bjbo@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Stephen H. Futch shf@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:21:20-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119810 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 8. Recommended Fertilizer Rates and Timing 2020-04-07T12:21:36-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu L. Gene Albrigo albrigo@ufl.edu Brian J. Boman bjbo@ufl.edu Davie Kadyampakeni dkadyampakeni@ufl.edu Tripti Vashisth tvashisth@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Jim Graham jhgraham@ufl.edu Evan Johnson egjohnson@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:21:34-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119811 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 9. Irrigation Management to Improve Nutrient Uptake 2020-04-07T12:21:47-04:00 Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Davie Kadyampakeni dkadyampakeni@ufl.edu Said Hamido shamido@ufl.edu Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi rferrarezi@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:21:46-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119812 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 10. Environmental Issues and Best Management Practices 2020-04-07T12:22:00-04:00 Brian J. Boman bjbo@ufl.edu Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:21:59-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/119813 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, 3rd Edition: Chapter 11. Special Situations 2020-04-07T12:22:11-04:00 Thomas A. Obreza obreza@ufl.edu Brian J. Boman bjbo@ufl.edu Mongi Zekri maz@ufl.edu Stephen H. Futch shf@ufl.edu Lawrence R. Parsons lparsons@ufl.edu James J. Ferguson jjfn@ufl.edu Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi rferrarezi@ufl.edu Arnold Schumann schumaw@ufl.edu <p>The information provided in the 2008 2<sup>nd</sup> edition is still sound for healthy citrus trees under Florida production conditions. Much of the information provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling and irrigation scheduling are also effective for huanglongbing (HLB) affected citrus trees. However, research conducted since HLB was detected in Florida in 2005 has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the 2<sup>nd</sup> edition of SL253 will appear in boxes similar to this one at the beginnings of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.</p> 2020-04-07T12:22:09-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117285 [UW465] Sea Turtle Conservation: Priorities for Environmental Education Efforts 2020-03-03T11:57:35-05:00 Jessica E. Swindall jmbama@gmail.com Holly K. Ober holly.ober@ufl.edu Margaret M. Lamont mlamont@usgs.gov Raymond R. Carthy ngosi@ufl.edu <p>All five species of sea turtle that occur in Florida are in danger of extinction.&nbsp; Many of the reasons these turtles are declining are a result of people’s actions on beaches and in shallow waters. Environmental education is needed to increase awareness and appreciation for sea turtles, and to teach about the potential harmful impacts human behaviors can have on these animals. This document describes topics that are frequently misunderstood and discusses common human actions that are harmful to sea turtles, providing insight on which topics could be addressed during environmental education efforts.&nbsp;</p> 2020-03-03T11:57:34-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/120381 How Effective and Humane is Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) for Feral Cats? 2020-03-27T19:10:48-04:00 Mark Hostetler hostetm@ufl.edu Samantha M Wisely wisely@ufl.edu Steve Johnson tadpole@ufl.edu Elizabeth Pienaar efpienaar@ufl.edu Martin Main mmain@ufl.edu <p>As the number of feral cats continues to increase, land managers, public health officials, and private citizens are voicing concerns about how to address the nuisance and public health impacts, as well as animal welfare concerns, that feral cats create. Trap-neuter-release programs aimed at reducing feral cat populations without euthanasia are gaining popularity in the United States. But do they work? Authors Mark Hostetler, Samantha M. Wisely, Steve Johnson, Elizabeth F. Pienaar, and Martin Main discuss the pros and cons of trap-neuter-release programs in this 8-page fact sheet published by the UF/IFAS Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw468">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw468</a></p> 2020-03-27T18:36:11-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117284 Sea Turtle Conservation: 10 Ways You Can Help 2020-04-02T15:45:59-04:00 Jessica E. Swindall jmbama@gmail.com Holly K. Ober holly.ober@ufl.edu Margaret M. Lamont mlamont@usgs.gov Raymond R. Carthy ngosi@ufl.edu <p>All five species of sea turtles in Florida are in danger of extinction, largely as a result of people's actions. Fortunately, however, there are simple steps Florida?s residents and visitors can take to help these remarkable animals. This illustrated 4-page fact sheet written by Jessica E. Swindall, Holly K. Ober, Margaret M. Lamont, and Raymond R. Carthy and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation provides 10 easy-to-follow suggestions for ways people can reduce harm to sea turtles.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw466">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw466</a></p> 2020-04-02T15:45:57-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/107804 Diarrhea in Farmed White-tailed Deer Fawns 2020-04-02T20:28:07-04:00 Juan Manuel Campos Krauer jmcampos@ufl.edu Samantha Wisely wisely@ufl.edu <div id="page"> <div id="page2"> <div id="content"> <div id="content-group"> <div id="content-main"> <div class="content-main-fixed-width"> <div id="feed"> <p>Diarrheal diseases, commonly called scour, are common in newborn ruminant farm animals including deer fawns. The clinical presentation can range from mild diarrhea without systemic disease to profuse, acute diarrhea associated with rapid dehydration and death, sometimes within hours of onset. Determining the particular agents associated with an outbreak of diarrhea is important for both prevention and treatment. This 5-page fact sheet written by Juan M. Campos Krauer and Samantha M. Wisely and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation focuses on disease in fawns caused by pathogenic types of <em>Escherichia coli</em>, describes the pathogens and how they infect fawns, and includes advice about treatment and prevention.<br><a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw463">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw463</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p><span style="font-family: Times New Roman;"><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></span></p> 2020-04-02T20:28:05-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/115410 Common Strawberry Diseases in Florida 2020-03-27T14:56:17-04:00 Michelle S. Oliveira, MSc. nomail@no.mail Natalia A Peres nperes@ufl.edu <p>This publication describes symptoms of most common strawberry diseases in Florida and summarizes the efficacy of fungicides labeled for management of such diseases.&nbsp;</p> 2020-03-27T14:56:16-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117651 Cost of Producing Processed Oranges in Southwest Florida in 2018/19 2020-03-31T14:56:32-04:00 Ariel Singerman singerman@ufl.edu <p>This 4-page fact sheet written by Ariel Singerman and published by the UF/IFAS Food and Resource Economics Department estimates the cost of production per acre for processed oranges grown in southwest Florida in 2018/19 based on a survey of southwest Florida growers.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1077">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1077</a></p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117652 Cost of Producing Fresh Market Grapefruit in Indian River in 2018/19 2020-03-31T14:48:21-04:00 Ariel Singerman singerman@ufl.edu <p>This 4-page fact sheet written by Ariel Singerman and published by the UF/IFAS Food and Resource Economics Department presents the cost of production per acre for growing fresh grapefruit in the Indian River region during 2018/19. Estimates reflect costs and cultural practices for a panel of growers, particularly important information at this time because, since citrus greening (HLB) was found, growers have been modifying their practices from year to year in an attempt to cope with the disease.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1078">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe1078</a></p> 2020-03-31T14:48:20-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/107982 Citrus Pest Quick Guide: Citrus Leafminer 2020-04-02T19:33:20-04:00 Jamie D Burrow jdyates@ufl.edu Lauren M Diepenbrock ldiepenbrock@ufl.edu <p>A one-page quick guide written by Lauren M. Diepenbrock and Jamie D. Burrow and published by the Entomology and Nematology Department presents the life cycle of the citrus leafminer and provides several photos of the pest and the damage it causes to assist in identification.<br> <a href="https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1254">https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1254</a></p> 2020-04-02T19:33:20-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/114457 Nutrition of Florida Citrus Trees, Third Edition 2020-04-07T17:33:23-04:00 Davie Mayeso Kadyampakeni dkadyampakeni@ufl.edu Kelly T. Morgan conserv@ufl.edu <p>This update to 2007's second edition adds information regarding nutrition of Florida citrus trees affected by huanglongbing (HLB), also known as citrus greening. Much of the guidance provided in this document on nutrients, application methods, leaf and soil sampling, and irrigation scheduling is also effective for trees affected by HLB. However, research conducted since the previous edition was published has established changes in many production practices, including nutrient rates, irrigation scheduling, soil pH management, and use of Citrus Under Protective Screen (CUPS). Changes to the second edition will appear at the beginning of chapters 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11. &lt;a href="http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_series_nutrition_of_florida_citrus_trees"&gt;See also this topic page&lt;/a&gt; for links to individual chapters in HTML and PDF formats. This 115-page book was edited by Kelly T. Morgan and Davie M. Kadyampakeni, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Soil and Water Sciences.</p> 2020-04-07T17:33:12-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://journals.flvc.org/edis/article/view/117689 ET-Based Irrigation Scheduling for Papaya (Carica papaya) in Florida 2020-03-31T13:08:56-04:00 Haimanote K. Bayabil hbayabil@ufl.edu Jonathan Crane jhcr@ufl.edu Kati W. Migliaccio klwhite@ufl.edu Yuncong Li yunli@ufl.edu Fredy Ballen fredy.ballen@ufl.edu <p>Three irrigation scheduling methods (set schedule, ET-based, and tensiometer-based) were tested for papaya production in south Florida. ET-based irrigation scheduling was found to conserve water effectively. This 6-page document primarily focuses on the ET-based irrigation scheduling techniques for papaya under Florida conditions. Written by Haimanote K. Bayabil, Jonathan H. Crane, Kati W. Migliaccio, Yuncong Li, and Fredy Ballen, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, March 2020. https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ae540</p> 2020-03-31T13:08:54-04:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##