Paul Schattenberg

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Free farm bill, row crop workshop
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Farm Service Agency will co-sponsor the “Farm Bill and Row Crop Workshop” from
Uvalde center’s water conservation research may have national, international applications
Intensifying drought conditions in Texas and other parts of the U.S. coupled with growing worldwide water consumption
Cattle hoofing it for greener pastures
Cattle “going for the green” by grazing in recovering pastures are following nature’s call, but producers should avoid
Prospective wine-grape grower workshop April 28 in Fredericksburg
A Texas AgriLife Extension Service-sponsored “Prospective Wine-Grape Growers Workshop” for Central Texas is scheduled
Bexar/Guadalupe/Comal beef cattle field day set in Converse May 9
This year’s Bexar/Guadalupe/Comal County Beef Cattle Field Day will take place on May 9 in Converse, near San
Sixth Texas Pierce’s disease symposium set April 16 in Driftwood
Texas AgriLife Research and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service will host the sixth-annual Texas Pierce's Disease
South Texas Covey Connection seeking additional landowner participants
The South Texas Covey Connection is looking for additional landowners to join its ranks, said a Texas AgriLife Research
Texas A&M helps bring 'PEACE' to Afghanistan through technology, conflict resolution
More than 80 percent of Afghanistan’s livestock production, consisting primarily of sheep and goats with a smattering
Grape information offered at Jan. 23 prospective grower workshop
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service for Harris County will present a “Prospective Wine-Grape Growers Workshop" from 9
Comprehensive irrigation training program offered Jan. 20 in Hondo
The Texas Water Resources Institute and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service will co-sponsor the South Texas Irrigation
Can artichokes bring new heart to Texas agriculture?
U.S. Department of Agriculture figures show that California produces almost all of the nation's commercial
New peppers present advantage to Southwest producers
By themselves or as an ingredient in a variety of foods, including salsa, America’s top-selling condiment, peppers have
Watershed planning short course to be offered Jan. 12-16 in Bandera
The Texas Water Resources Institute of Texas A&M AgriLife will be presenting a Texas Watershed Planning Short Course
AgriLife Extension to present wildlife management, predator control program in Austin
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County will sponsor an educational program relating to wildlife and
Yikes! Ike-related flooding likely to cause mosquito population explosion
Recent flooding, including flooding from storm surge and rains due to Hurricane Ike, likely will lead to significantly
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