Posted on May 25, 2018 by tiffany.dowell Here are some of the ag law stories in the news over the last couple of weeks: *New Mexico files counterclaims against Texas… Read More →
Archives for May 2018
Mesquite Control – When and How?
As many of you know, the window of opportunity is opening up for foliar applications on mesquite. Typically, mesquite can be sprayed starting in the spring once the soil temperature… Read More →
Forage Management Workshop
Mark your calendar now for a Forage Management Workshop Thursday, August 30th from 9-12 noon at the Bexar County Extension office. Three hours of CEU credit will be offered. This… Read More →
Livestock and Wildlife Webinars Offered
Make plans to join us for a couple online webinars at the Bexar County Extension Office. “Managing Deer and Wildlife” – Thursday, June 7th. Registration will begin at 11:30 am… Read More →
Limestone: Who, What, Why, When, and How?
Forage Fax – Dr. Vanessa Corriher Who Needs Limestone: Many Texas soils are acid soils; that is, the soil pH is less than 7.0. Soil acidity is caused by various… Read More →
What is Coastal, Tifton 85 and Jiggs?
Forage Fax – Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson Most people think these forages are a species of their own. But they are not. They are hybrid varieties of Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon). Bermudagrass… Read More →
2018 Texas Custom Rates Survey
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Department of Agricultural Economics is conducting the 2018 Texas Custom Rates Survey. Each year our offices receive many requests for current custom rate information… Read More →