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Jun 9, 2014
Southwest Farm Press

New sugarcane aphid causing sticky problems for Deep South grain sorghum producers - Part I

New variation of sugarcane aphid could be felt from Texas to Florida or as far north as Kansas, Texas AgriLife entomologists say....More
May 24, 2014
Southwest Farm Press

Central Texas peach growers survive late freeze, hope for recovery

Gillespie County, Texas peach crop dodges bullet from March freeze, but jury is still out on effect of 17-degree temperatures on fruit crop....More
May 20, 2014

Grasshoppers may threaten rangeland

Serious grasshopper outbreaks are possible and with them comes the risk of losing grasses across the open range and even a threat to production crops if left unchecked....More
May 13, 2014

NE Texas wheat crop looks promising

"I think we will see fields averaging 80 plus bushels per acre.”...More
May 9, 2014

Agriculture is bright spot for Oklahoma economy

Agriculture is one industry in Oklahoma that generates wealth....More
May 8, 2014

New OSU research facility will serve for years to come

The newly renamed and dedicated Tipton Valley Research Center is a special site for agriculture research...More
May 1, 2014
Southwest Farm Press

Farm Bill Implementation: A work in progress

Deputy Agriculture Secretary Krysta Harden says USDA staff members are working nights and weekends to try to prepare the Agricultural Act of 2014 for full implementation. "There are 480 decision items in the farm bill," says Harden. "We're working through them, but we have a ways to go."...More
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