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S Texas flood damages $40 million plus
Damage to public and private properties in two of the counties most affected by flooding of the Rio Grande is estimated
Flood water rising again in Starr County
Flood waters have inched back up almost a foot on inundated portions of Starr County, according to Texas AgriLife
Alex may have blessed South Texas crops
If weather cooperates in the coming weeks, Hurricane Alex's rains may actually benefit South Texas row crops that are
South Texas onion prices soar
Market prices for spring onions hit an all-time high in the Lower Rio Grande Valley's recently wrapped-up harvest
Symposium to address pasture rejuvenation
Cattle producers are well aware that to grow beef, one has to grow grass. But last year’s drought followed by above
Ag-related classes, conferences start Jan. 25
-- Several agriculture-related meetings and events of interest to a wide variety of people are slated for the coming
New shrimp farming methods
A Texas AgriLife Research scientist in Corpus Christi said he believes he has achieved a new world record in shrimp
Drought losses top $19 million
For the second year in a row, Mother Nature has dealt a heavy blow to agricultural producers in the Lower Rio Grande
South Texas Farm and Ranch Show celebrates 25 years
The South Texas Farm and Ranch Show in Victoria will celebrate its silver anniversary Oct. 28-29 at the Victoria
Steering committee meets to discuss protection plan
The Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership steering committee will meet Oct. 22 in Weslaco to continue its efforts to
National hot-food craze fires up November pepper conference
With the U.S. consumption of peppers at an all-time high, scientists and producers will meet in November in South Texas
Zebra chip, citrus greening conference
A conference to address serious plant diseases in citrus and potato crops is drawing national and international
Workshop to address farm-bill benefits for organic growers
Texas AgriLife Extension Service and the U. S. Deapartment of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service will
Rains help break heat wave in deep South Texas
Soaking rains in portions of the Lower Rio Grande Valley have busted up the record-breaking heat of summer and knocked
Texas revises cotton destruction regulations
Cotton growers in the Lower Rio Grande Valley who want an extension of their annual plowdown deadline have new
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