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- Texas A&M Forest Service personnel mobilized for out-of-state wildfiresJun 23
Increased fire activity in Colorado, Arizona, Alaska, New Mexico, Florida Twenty-five Texas A&M Forest Service personnel and operational fire resources, including two engine crews, are currently deployed to out-of-state wildfire incidents in Colorado, Arizona, Alaska, New Mexico and Florida. With increased fire activity occurring in multiple geographic areas across the country, resources from around the... Read More → The post Texas A&M Forest Service personnel mobilized for out-of-state wildfires appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Pecan growers to gain insight in June 28 webinarJun 23
Online program covers range of management topics A free online webinar for pecan growers featuring a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert will be held from 6-8 p.m. June 28. The webinar will be available via the Zoom meeting platform. The registration link is https://bit.ly/3gLzn0f. Upon registration, a confirmation email will be sent with a... Read More → The post Pecan growers to gain insight in June 28 webinar appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Testing for chronic wasting diseaseJun 23
Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory prepares for increase in test submissions following emergency order The state veterinary diagnostic laboratory, the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, TVMDL, stands ready for the increase in chronic wasting disease, CWD, testing needs due to an increase in CWD cases in Texas. Due to the most recent detection of... Read More → The post Testing for chronic wasting disease appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Space, exercise may be critical to drylot beef heifer reproductionJun 23
Texas A&M study to develop management strategies, stocking density guidelines Space and exercise could be almost as important as food and water to the successful development of beef heifers raised in drylots, and quantifying that importance is the aim of a planned study by a Texas A&M University Department of Animal Science researcher in the College of Agriculture... Read More → The post Space, exercise may be critical to drylot beef heifer reproduction appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Beef with a story to itJun 23
Niche market for ranch-raised beef on the rise Direct beef purchases from the farm continue to be an emerging trend as consumers want to know both the story and faces behind the products they are purchasing, according to an expert. At the recent Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Stiles Farm Field Day, producers learned more... Read More → The post Beef with a story to it appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Texas A&M Forest Service personnel mobilized for out-of-state wildfires
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PUBLICATIONS [Underlined names are post-doctoral scientists, visiting scientists, and research staff under Q. Xue’s supervision; underlined italic names are graduate students co-chaired and committed by Q. Xue] Referred Journal Articles (60-career; 30-since joined AgriLife Research) Attia, A., N. Rajan, G. Ritchie, E. Barnes, S. Cui, A. Ibrahim, D. Hays, Q. Xue, and J. Wilborn. 2015. Cotton yield, fiber quality, water use efficiency, and spectral reflectance responses to irrigation and tillage management in the Texas Rolling Plains. Agronomy Journal 107: 1355-1364. Attia, A., N. Rajan, Q. Xue, A. Ibrahim,… Read More →
Book Chapters Casey, K. D., J. R. Bicudo, D. R. Schmidt, A. Singh, S. W. Gay, R. S. Gates, L. D. Jacobson, and S. J. Hoff. 2006. Chapter 1: Air quality and emissions from livestock and poultry production/waste management systems. In Animal Agriculture and the Environment: National Center for Manure and Animal Waste Management White Papers. 1-40. J.M. Rice, D.F. Caldwell, F.J. Humenik, eds. St Joseph, Michigan: ASABE Pub. Number 913C0306. Peer Reviewed Journals McDonald, M. D., K. L. Lewis, G. L. Ritchie, P. B. DeLaune, K…. Read More →
Post-Doctoral Research Associate Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 6500 Amarillo Blvd W Amarillo, TX 79106 Office: 806-354-5811 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RESEARCH INTERESTS I study the ecology of insect vectors and how their interactions with biotic and abiotic environmental variables affect epidemiology of related vector-borne diseases. My interdisciplinary questions are set to improve our knowledge of pathogen-vector-plant interactions at different biological levels. A clear understanding of such interactions is a critical step towards developing integrated, sustainable, and environmentally sound pest management strategies. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Rashed, A., C.M. Wallis, L. Paetzold,… Read More →
Associate Professor of Air Quality Engineering B.E., University of Southern Queensland, 1981 GradDipInfProc, University of Southern Queensland, 1986 M.S., Clemson University, 1992 View Short Vitae View Curriculum Vitae View Publications Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 6500 Amarillo Blvd W Amarillo, TX 79106 Phone: (806)677-5600 Fax: (806)677-5644 Email Ken At Amarillo, Dr. Casey’s research programs involve air quality associated with confined livestock production. He is also an adjunct faculty member in the Division of Agriculture at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) and an affiliated faculty member in the Biological… Read More →