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AMARILLO – Producers may be concerned about planting sorghum this season, but several Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists said there are ways to prepare for upcoming issues and be profitable. During the Interstate 40 Sorghum Luncheon recently in Amarillo, producers heard the latest on managing sugarcane aphids, weed control and how it all figures […] The post High Plains sorghum outlook outlined by AgriLife Extension specialists appeared first on AgriLife Today.
AUSTIN – The Texas Watershed Planning Program of the Texas Water Resources Institute will hold a social media workshop for natural resources professionals April 13-14 at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, 12100 Park 35 Circle in Austin. A “Finding Success for Science Through Social Media – Tips, Tools and Tactics for Natural Resource Professionals” […] The post Social media training for natural resources professionals April 13-14 in Austin appeared first on AgriLife Today.
COLLEGE STATION -- The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, in cooperation with the Texas AgrAbility Project, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Millican Reserve and others, will present the kickoff of a new military entrepreneurial project and provide a military agriculture workshop in College Station April 28-29. Both events will be at the Millican Reserve, 4107 […] The post Military entrepreneurial project kickoff, agricultural workshop April 28-29 in College Station appeared first on AgriLife Today.
COLLEGE STATION – Texas grape growers face various obstacles, including disease, but an established variety has been recognized for its resilience, vigor and productivity as both an ornamental and edible plant – the Victoria Red grape. Victoria Red grapes have been named a 2017 Texas Superstar plant by Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Texas A&M […] The post New Texas Superstar introduced: Victoria Red grapes appeared first on AgriLife Today.
COLLEGE STATION – Designation of two endowed positions in the Texas A&M University department of ecosystem science and management are the cornerstone for a new savanna research initiative. Dr. Tom Boutton, Regents Professor and Texas A&M AgriLife Senior Faculty Fellow in the department, has been awarded the Sid Kyle Endowed Chair in Arid and Semi-Arid […] The post Sid Kyle Endowments announced at Texas A&M appeared first on AgriLife Today.