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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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  • Land conservation easement workshop to be held Nov. 3 in Floresville
    Oct 24Land conservation easement workshop to be held Nov. 3 in Floresville

    Program will focus on preserving family lands FLORESVILLE – The Texas Agricultural Land Trust, in cooperation with Green Spaces Alliance, San Antonio River Authority and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Wilson County, will present a conservation easement workshop Nov. 3 in Floresville. The workshop, “Protect, Conserve, Pass Down: A Strategy for Saving […]

  • Texas A&M AgriLife Research-led zebra chip disease control effort honored by USDA
    Oct 23Texas A&M AgriLife Research-led zebra chip disease control effort honored by USDA

    Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Charlie Rush, 806-354-5804, crush@ag.tamu.edu WASHINGTON – A multi-state effort led by Texas A&M AgriLife Research to control the potato psyllid and reduce losses from zebra chip disease of potato will be recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The federal program being honored […]

  • AgriLife sugarcane aphid field day Oct. 28 to address growing concerns
    Oct 23AgriLife sugarcane aphid field day Oct. 28 to address growing concerns

    WESLACO  –  The sugarcane aphid continues to spread throughout the South and is now considered the most important pest of grain sorghum in the U.S., according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. “The sugarcane aphid has now reached 11 states in the South and several states in Mexico,” said Dr. Raul Villanueva, an AgriLife […]

  • Second phase of gray water trials to begin at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde
    Oct 22Second phase of gray water trials to begin at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde

    Trial will help determine feasibility for landscape irrigation UVALDE – The second phase of a study on the use of gray water for landscape irrigation will soon be underway and its results may affect how municipalities view gray water as an alternative non-potable water source statewide and beyond, said the Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist […]