Healthy Lawns and Healthy Waters program for Lampasas, Mills counties The Healthy Lawns and Healthy Waters Program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will host a residential rainwater harvesting and turf management training Aug. 27 for residents of Lampasas and Mills counties. The training is offered in collaboration with the Lampasas River Watershed Partnership.... Read More → The post Rainwater harvesting, turf management online training Aug. 27 appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Triple-digit temperatures create environment for ignition Continued hot and dry conditions across much of the state have resulted in increased wildfire activity, particularly in north central Texas and in areas along the Interstate-35 corridor. Conditions conducive for wildfires are expanding north and east into higher population centers, including the Interstate-45 corridor as well. If a... Read More → The post Increased wildfire activity, dryness in north central Texas, along the Interstate-35 corridor appeared first on AgriLife Today.
As planting time for fall vegetables begins, it's important to know that a fall vegetable garden will need to managed somewhat differently than a spring garden. The post Top tips for a successful fall vegetable garden appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Lineberger recognized with inaugural outstanding leadership, administration award Daniel Lineberger, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Horticultural Sciences, was recently honored with the inaugural Outstanding Leadership and Administration Award from the American Society for Horticultural Science, ASHS. Lineberger was recognized at the ASHS Awards Program,... Read More → The post Texas A&M leader receives American Society for Horticultural Science honor appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Research to focus on reproduction physiology George Perry, Ph.D., was recently hired as a Texas A&M AgriLife Research cattle physiologist and associate professor in the Texas A&M Department of Animal Science. Perry said he was excited to join AgriLife Research at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Overton. He said he looks... Read More → The post Beef cattle physiologist joins AgriLife Research appeared first on AgriLife Today.