Big Data: Where to Put It to Make It Accessible? Dec 30, 2019

🕔Dec 30, 2019
Massive amounts of agricultural data are being collected around the world by scientists utilizing drones for remote sensing, agronomic yield measurements or plant breeding variety trials. Seth Murray, Ph.D., Texas […]

Texas: New Extension Peanut Program Leader in Stephenville Jul 19, 2019

🕔Jul 19, 2019
Dr. John Cason has been named Texas A&M AgriLife Research assistant professor for peanut breeding and genetics in Stephenville, where he will supervise the AgriLife Research and Extension Center’s peanut […]

Texas Cotton: Ken Obasa, AgriLife Plant Pathologist in Amarillo Sep 24, 2018

🕔Sep 24, 2018
Dr. Ken Obasa has been hired as a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service plant pathology specialist in Amarillo and assistant professor in the Texas A&M University department of plant pathology […]

Texas: Ballabina Appointed Deputy Vice Chancellor for AgriLife Extension Mar 8, 2018

🕔Mar 8, 2018
Dr. Susan Ballabina has been appointed deputy vice chancellor for agriculture and life sciences at Texas A&M University in College Station. The announcement was made by Dr. Patrick Stover, vice […]

Texas: Using Radar to Gauge Plant Root Health and Potential Yields Jan 2, 2018

🕔Jan 2, 2018
A recent study led Texas A&M AgriLife Research has shown ground-penetrating  radar, or GPR, may be effectively used in detecting the fine roots of plants, helping agricultural producers identify what […]

Welch on Wheat: If Production Prospects Look Good – Well, Who Knows? Feb 16, 2015

🕔Feb 16, 2015
Market Situation Crop Condition. The condition of the Texas wheat crop continues to run better than average according to the “Texas Crop Progress and Condition” reports. As of February 8, […]

Red River Crops Conference Set Jan. 27-28 in Childress, Texas Dec 4, 2014

🕔Dec 4, 2014
Texas and Oklahoma officials along the Red River will address the issues of importance to regional farmers and ranchers on both sides of the state line at the annual Red […]

Texas Crop, Weather: Cotton Overcomes Late Start Dec 3, 2014

🕔Dec 3, 2014
Cotton was late to mature throughout the state this year, but timely rains and favorable conditions during the fall resulted in a good year for many growers, according to Dr. […]

Texas Cotton: AgriLife’s On-Farm Variety Trials Available Nov 26, 2014

🕔Nov 26, 2014
The annual “Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluation (RACE) for South, East and Central Regions of Texas” trial results are available to producers, according to Dr. Gaylon Morgan, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension […]

Texas Crop, Weather: Water Supply, Crop Prices Remain a Concern Nov 25, 2014

🕔Nov 25, 2014
Texas farmers, ranchers and growers have a lot to be thankful for this November, but they still face many challenges, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. “Much of […]

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