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Aug 19, 2014

Regulations pose challenges for Texas wheat

Burdensome regulations and meeting sustainability standards pose challenges for Texas wheat growers in the coming years, says Steelee Fischbacher, director of policy and marketing for the Texas Wheat Producers Board and Association....More
Aug 7, 2014

Horseback Emergency Response Team provides disaster assistance

TAHC has resources available to do something about the challenges associated with natural disasters in Texas....More
Aug 4, 2014

Drought tolerance difficult but not impossible goal for marker assisted peanut breeding

Finding peanut varieties with increased tolerance to drought may be possible....More
Aug 1, 2014

Peanut farmers may see “paradigm shift” in production (Part 2)

Marker-assisted variety selection could help reverse a trend of reduced peanut production in the United States....More
Jul 31, 2014

Marker-assisted selection will improve peanut production efficiency (Part 1)

The Peanut Foundation is using a five-year project and some $6 million to sequence the peanut genome and use marker-assisted breeding techniques to create varieties with more disease and pest resistance and improved shelf life, among other desirable characteristics....More
Jul 21, 2014

Oklahoma’s water quality improving, recent de-listings suggest

Recently, nine Oklahoma streams were removed from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s impaired waterways—bringing the total to 46 in the past several years. This video news release from USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service explains how farmers, ranchers and other stakeholders worked together to make that happen....More
Jul 18, 2014

Early sugarcane aphid infestation threatens NE Texas grain sorghum

Timely application of Transform WG insecticide is offering excellent control of sugarcane aphids in Northeast Texas....More
Jul 3, 2014

Northeast Texas wheat yields post record yields

In spite of multiple freezes, 2014 wheat harvest may “be one for the record books,” for Northeast Texas farmers....More
Jun 18, 2014

Improving soil health is focus of national conference

National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health focuses on nation's soil health....More
Jun 10, 2014
Southwest Farm Press

New sugarcane aphids causing sticky problems for Deep South grain sorghum producers – Part III

Growers have two choices for controlling the sugarcane aphids that exploded in south Texas grain sorghum fields toward the end of 2013 and are beginning to manifest themselves in the region as the 2014 harvest approaches....More
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