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From left to right:  Melissa Veliz, BLT; Carol Guthrie, Ag Secretary/County Liaison; Brooke Boyd, 4H- Program Assitant; Fred Hall, CEA-Ag/NR; Kaitlyne Davis, CEA-4H; Angela Dismukes, Secretary; Chelsea Stevens, CEA-FCS; Pam Ward, FCS/4-H Secretary

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  • Texas crop, weather for Sept. 16, 2014
    Sep 16Texas crop, weather for Sept. 16, 2014

    From too little rain, to too much rain, too early for South Texas Writer: Robert Burns, 903-312-3199, rd-burns@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – After prolonged drought, South Texas producers are now struggling with too much moisture, according to Rod Santa Ana, Texas A&M AgriLife communications specialist based in Weslaco. On Sept. 16, the rains were continuing without […]

  • Texas 4-H members get ready for National 4-H Week Oct. 5-11
    Sep 16Texas 4-H members get ready for National 4-H Week Oct. 5-11

    Decade-long research study confirms 4-H provides individual, community benefits COLLEGE STATION — During National 4-H Week Oct. 5-11, local and county 4-H clubs and groups have the opportunity to showcase what they have gained from their membership at the local and county level, said Dr. Toby Lepley, assistant state 4-H leader – operations for the Texas […]

  • November meetings to address water quality in Mill Creek
    Sep 16November meetings to address water quality in Mill Creek

    BELLVILLE/BRENHAM – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board are partnering with local landowners and citizens to protect and improve water quality in Mill Creek through the development of a watershed protection plan. The public is invited to attend one of two project kickoff meetings and join the […]

  • Sugarcane aphids confirmed on Southern High Plains
    Sep 12Sugarcane aphids confirmed on Southern High Plains

    Floyd County find is region’s first   Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, Contacts: Dr. Charles Allen, 325-653-4576,  ctallen@ag.tamu.edu Dr. Pat Porter, 806-746-6101, p-porter@tamu.edu FLOYDADA — They’re hundreds of miles from the nearest sugarcane fields, nevertheless sugarcane aphids have now been positively identified in significant numbers on grain sorghum in Floyd County, said a Texas A&M AgriLife […]