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Texas A&M AgriLife Research is the state’s premier research agency in agriculture, natural resources, and the life sciences. We conduct hundreds of projects spanning many scientific disciplines to deliver life-sustaining and industry-changing impacts to citizens throughout Texas and around the world.

A member of The Texas A&M University System, AgriLife Research collaborates with the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, and many others to help fulfill the A&M System’s land-grant mission of teaching, research, extension, and service.

AgriLife Research

  • Study at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde may help boost Texas spinach industry
    Feb 22Study at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde may help boost Texas spinach industry

    UVALDE – Research at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde could help re-establish the Texas Winter Garden as one of the premiere areas for spinach production, including organic production, in the U.S. .    According to the Texas State Historical Association, spinach was planted primarily in the Texas Winter Garden area […] The post Study at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde may help boost Texas spinach industry appeared first on AgriLife Today.

  • East Texas Alfalfa Conference March 24 in Overton
    Feb 22East Texas Alfalfa Conference March 24 in Overton

    OVERTON – The East Texas Alfalfa Conference will be held March 24 in Overton. The event begins with registration from 7:30-8:15 a.m. at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 1710 N. Farm-to-Market Road 3053 and ends at 3:45 p.m. Cost is $20 if preregistered by March 21 or $30 the day of the […] The post East Texas Alfalfa Conference March 24 in Overton appeared first on AgriLife Today.

  • Melting polar ice, rising sea levels not only climate change dangers
    Feb 16Melting polar ice, rising sea levels not only climate change dangers

    COLLEGE STATION --  Climate change from political and ecological standpoints is a constant in the media and with good reason, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist, but proof of its impact is sometimes found in unlikely places. “Discussions of climate change usually are focused on changes occurring in polar and temperate zones, but tropical […] The post Melting polar ice, rising sea levels not only climate change dangers appeared first on AgriLife Today.