Blair Fannin

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Positive indications for grain markets in 2010
An interesting set of circumstances is setting up for grain markets and future prices in 2010, said a Texas AgriLife
Weed and brush online decision aid now available
Pestman, a new online application for weed and brush control, is now publicly available, according to a Texas AgriLife
Texas cattle groups meet to discuss tick fever prevention
Representatives from Texas’ cattle industry recently discussed future research and educational partnerships related to
Cattle producers predicted to see profitable 2010
A weak U.S. dollar has encouraged investment in commodities, resulting in positive activity for agriculture, according
Cattle producers should consider retained ownership
Recent rainfall has been beneficial to Texas small grains pastures, and cattle producers may want to weigh their
Producers should apply less fertilizer in certain cases
Texas cotton producers may be using too much of a good thing when it comes to fertilizer. A three-year study by Texas
Cattle prices could move higher as a result of less supply
With more people eating at home as a result of the recession, an improved economy could encourage consumers to spend
Gene developed will improve cowpea aphid resistance
The cowpea or black-eyed pea, as it is more commonly known, is a New Years tradition for good luck. But disease and
Bioenergy program showcased at media day
The best logistics for harvesting energy sorghum standing taller than 10 feet are still under construction, experts say.
Texas drought losses reach $3.6 billion
Lack of rainfall and record triple-digit temperatures have scorched crops and rangeland throughout parts of Texas
Producers advised to test baled crop stover
Numerous corn and sorghum samples have tested positive for high levels of nitrate and prussic acid. Forages containing
Texas farms are increasing Internet use
Over half of all Texas farms have some type of Internet access, according to the latest census data released by the
Producers learn to cope with dry conditions
Input costs and lack of rainfall were on the minds of many row crop producers at the 46th Stiles Farm Field Day
Soil type plays larger role in wetland erosion
New research could assist ecologists in managing erosion of coastal wetlands, but it bucks the theory that plants can
Ag economists to address financial climate
A Webcast video featuring a group of agricultural economists from the southern region will be available June 12 as a
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