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- Water quality planning webinars for water bodies in Jefferson, Orange countiesAug 05
Hillebrandt Bayou webinar Aug. 14; Neches River tidal webinar Aug. 19 The Texas Water Resources Institute, or TWRI, in collaboration with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, will host two webinars about water quality planning projects. The webinars are free and open to anyone interested in water quality in the two water bodies. Both are... Read More → The post Water quality planning webinars for water bodies in Jefferson, Orange counties appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Vehicle ignites 9,500-acre wildfire in San Saba CountyAug 05
Texas A&M Forest Service asks motorists to be alert, take precautions Firefighters from across the state are battling the still-growing, human-caused Mays Fire in San Saba and McCulloch counties. The fire ignited on Aug. 1, approximately 16 miles east of Brady, as the result of an individual parking and idling their vehicle over tall, dry... Read More → The post Vehicle ignites 9,500-acre wildfire in San Saba County appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Texas Crop and Weather Report Aug. 4, 2020Aug 04
Hurricane Hanna hurts South Texas producers Cotton producers in the Rio Grande Valley took a devastating hit from Hurricane Hanna, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Other row crops like corn and sorghum were harvested before the storm arrived, but some alternative crops like sesame and citrus experienced damages as well. Holly... Read More → The post Texas Crop and Weather Report Aug. 4, 2020 appeared first on AgriLife Today.
- Old-growth grasslands should be valued, not destroyedAug 04
Texas A&M research shows biodiverse grasslands require centuries to form Environmental policymakers value ancient forests, but ancient, or old-growth, grasslands have not received the same recognition. That’s a mistake, according to a new Texas A&M AgriLife study. Joseph Veldman, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at... Read More → The post Old-growth grasslands should be valued, not destroyed appeared first on AgriLife Today.
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- Water quality planning webinars for water bodies in Jefferson, Orange counties