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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
'04 Beltwide to focus on cotton's issues
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The 2004 Beltwide Cotton Production Conference will offer attendees valuable insight into today’s
Farm credit lender passes $7-billion mark
AUSTIN, Texas - The Tenth Farm Credit District has passed the $7 billion mark in agricultural and rural mortgage loan
USDA: 13 Texas counties disaster areas
WASHINGTON – USDA has designated 13 counties in Texas as primary agricultural disaster areas and 45 contiguous counties
Marketing workshop planned for winter
LUBBOCK, Texas – Farmers and ranchers can gain a better understanding of futures and options and how to effectively use
Gutierrez to lead NM Extension agents
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Grants native Paul Gutierrez returns from Seattle, Wash., to oversee his home state's Cooperative
Texas Commodity Symposium Dec. 3
AMARILLO, Texas – The third annual Texas Commodity Symposium will be held in a new location in the Heritage Room at the
Citrus harvest late, quality favorable
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Although rain caused the citrus harvest in the Rio Grande Valley to get off to a late start,
Texas pecan prospects promising
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Despite a wet start at the beginning of harvest time, Texas pecan growers are expecting high
Texas wheat farmers have mixed planting conditions
Texas grain producers, depending on location, are off to either a good start or a challenging planting season,
Ag Leader offers new SMS package
AMES, Iowa – Ag Leader Technology has introduced two new software packages. The packages are designed to drastically
Wet fields delaying vegetable seeding
WESLACO, Texas – Heavy rains have caused big problems for some vegetable producers in South Texas, Texas State
TPA board votes to nix COOL law
MISSION, Texas – The Texas Produce Association board of directors has voted unanimously to join efforts to rescind the
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