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SA to host Hispanic farmers, ranchers
SAN ANTONIO – The Texas/Mexico Border Coalition in cooperation with several USDA Agencies is sponsoring the First
Rust disease has potential to destroy soybean industry
Soybean rust disease is one of the most bothersome issues facing U.S. soybean growers because it has the potential to
U.S. beef market to remain strong?
WACO, Texas – As the U.S. beef industry continues to rebound after its first case of mad cow disease, there seems to be
Water big topic at Chile Conference
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – After years of drought, the hottest issue facing New Mexico chile growers this season is lack of
Thaxton receives Genetics Award
SAN ANTONIO – Peggy M. Thaxton, a scientist and plant breeder at Texas A&M University, is the recipient of the 2003
McMichael receives Physiology Award
SAN ANTONIO – Bobbie L. McMichael, a plant physiologist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service’s Plant Stress and
New sponsors for SW Crops Conference
LUBBOCK, Texas – Three new sponsors will participate in the annual Southwest Crops Production Conference and Expo at
USDA begins livestock assistance payments
WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman announced today that USDA has begun making $103 million in payments
NCGA challenges Jennings claims
WASHINGTON – The Corn Refiners Association and the National Corn Growers Association are challenging assertions made in
TAIA to sponsor Beltwide workshop
SAN ANTONIO – Texas Agricultural Irrigation Association will sponsor an irrigation workshop, "Effective and Efficient
RiceTec offers hybrid payment options
ALVIN, Texas – Two new payment options offered to producers by RiceTec Inc. will make purchasing high-yielding hybrid
Higher yields for Texas peanuts?
UVALDE, Texas – Despite fewer acres planted this year, peanut yields per acre are expected to be higher, Texas
Roberts introduces playa lakes bill
WASHINGTON – Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas has introduced conservation legislation to preserve and protect the water
Texas Plant Protection Meeting Dec. 2-3
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – “Agricultural Technology, Biotechnology and the Environment” is the theme for the 2003 Texas
Agronomists honor CI's Roy Cantrell
CARY, N.C. – Roy G. Cantrell, vice president of agricultural research at Cotton Incorporated, has received the honor of
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