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

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  • Earth-Kind Landscape School to be held in San Antonio
    Jul 24Earth-Kind Landscape School to be held in San Antonio

    Four-part series in September and October will address best home landscaping practices SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Water Star Program will present the four-part “Earth-Kind Landscape School for Homeowners” program on four Saturdays during September and October, said program coordinators at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bexar County. The school will be from […]

  • Buck Creek Watershed Protection Plan Accepted by EPA
    Jul 24Buck Creek Watershed Protection Plan Accepted by EPA

    Contact: Lucas Gregory, 979-845-7869, lfgregory@ag.tamu.edu Phyllis Dyer, 940-552-9941, pmdyer@ag.tamu.edu VERNON–The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has accepted the Buck Creek Watershed Protection Plan as meeting the agency’s guidelines for watershed-based plans and effectively outlining a strategy to reduce nonpoint source pollution in the watershed, according to a Texas Water Resources Institute official. “This acceptance comes after […]

  • Weed management meeting set for July 29 in Canyon
    Jul 24Weed management meeting set for July 29 in Canyon

    Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. J. D. Ragland, 806-468-5543, j-ragland@tamu.edu CANYON – A Randall County Producer Weed Management Update Meeting will be held from 9-11 a.m. July 29 by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Randall County at the Kuhlman Extension Center, 200 N. Brown Road, Canyon. The program, sponsored by […]

  • Prevention, management tips offered for citrus disease found in Harris County
    Jul 24Prevention, management tips offered for citrus disease found in Harris County

    HOUSTON — Owners of citrus trees in Harris County should be on the lookout for carriers and symptoms of a disease recently discovered there, experts with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service said. Citrus greening was confirmed in a tree at a retail nursery south of Houston on July 16. The disease, which is spread […]