Steve Byrns

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First state rainwater conference slated for Mar. 20-21 in Kerrville
A Texas AgriLife Extension Service rainwater harvesting expert said the Texas Rainwater Catchment Association will hold
Texas AgriLife Extension names new South Plains district administrator
Miles Dabovich has been named Texas AgriLife Extension Service’s administrator for the South Plains district effective
AgriLife Extension sets two annual peanut production workshops
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service will conduct two free peanut production workshops on Feb. 24 in Levelland and on
AgriLife Extension crop workshops help producers determine profitability
Producers wondering what the profit and financing options are for certain 2009 crops can find out by attending either
'Last Chance' continuing education unit training set Feb. 10
People needing Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education units can earn five during the Texas AgriLife
Longtime Texas AgriLife Extension Service entomologist assumes state role
A longtime Texas AgriLife Extension Service entomologist will assume new duties as state integrated pest management
Texas Farm, Ranch, Wildlife Expo set for Feb. 24-25 in Abilene
Abilene’s annual Texas Farm, Ranch, Wildlife Expo is set for Feb. 24-25 on the grounds of the Taylor County Expo
South Plains agriculture conference on Feb. 13 to explore wind energy
Texas AgriLife Extension Service will join the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Wildlife Association
Advanced rainwater harvesting program set for Jan. 29 in Brownwood
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service office in Brown County will conduct a free Advanced Rainwater Harvesting Program
Dr. Tom Fuchs to retire from Texas AgriLife Extension Service
Dr. Tom Fuchs, Texas AgriLife Extension Service's state integrated pest management coordinator headquartered at San
Nine South Plains Ag Conferences set for new year
South Plains producers can learn the latest in crop production and management techniques while earning Texas Department
Wind and Wildlife Conference slated for Feb. 13 in Lubbock
Those interested in wind energy and its effects on wildlife should mark their calendars for the South Plains
Texas AgriLife San Angelo Master Marketer Program to begin in January
Texas AgriLife Extension Service has scheduled the first of a four-part Master Marketer Training for Jan. 21-22 at the
West Texas counties added to fire ant quarantine
Red imported fire ants have made it to far West Texas, and officials say it appears they are probably here to
Fifth annual Southwest Beef Symposium set for Jan. 13-14 in Midland
For the fifth time in as many years, Texas and New Mexico Extension agencies will hold their annual “Southwest Beef
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