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Drip irrigation a good fit in some areas
Interest in drip irrigation is growing throughout the High Plains as regions within it run short on water supplies and
Rolling Plains producers consider canola
Growing interest has been sparked by some success of winter canola on the Rolling Plains. At twice the price of wheat,
Conservation in Lubbock
With Conservation Reserve Program contracts closing and some not being renewed, many landowners are left with questions
Irrigation heart of dairy water-use efficiency
The ability to irrigate is a key factor in dairy feasibility, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Stripe rust in wheat streaking across Texas
The results are not finalized, but Texas AgriLife Extension Service wheat specialists and Texas AgriLife Research wheat
AgriLife Research wheat studies pay off
Research efforts paid off for wheat farmers April 16 as the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service amended the
Grain-grading workshops planned for May
Two one-day grain-grading workshops will be held May 4 and May 5 at the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at
Healing native rangeland
The application of summer patch burning to heal native rangeland may be best accomplished using rotational grazing,
AgriLife Research studies greenhouse gas emissions
Texas AgriLife Research scientists in Amarillo are embarking on a new study amid recent concerns over greenhouse gas
Pampa meeting to address management of CRP lands
Texas AgriLife Extension Service will host the Gray County Ag Conference “After CRP” on Feb. 25 at the Gray County
Grain sorghum production workshop March 9
A mini-workshop aimed at grain sorghum production in the Rolling Plains has been scheduled for March 9 by the Texas
Weather and marketing seminars scheduled
Farmers have to deal with varying weather conditions, but few know how to build that experience into a marketing
New Web site offers irrigation training materials
Producers tapping into water supplies for irrigation needs can now get training online at a new Texas Water Resources
Marketing plan seminar Feb. 8-9
A two-day short course, “Selecting, Developing and Working a Marketing Plan,” will be held Feb. 8-9 at the Texas
Wheat and Meat Symposium Jan. 28
The sixth annual Wheat & Meat Symposium will offer producers an opportunity to evaluate important factors to consider
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