Over 600 hibiscus plants dispersed across Texas Rolling Plains
AgriLife Research fundraiser aims to help set Vernon as Texas ‘Hibiscus Capital’
Texas A&M researchers leaders in study of COVID-19 blocking enzymes
Collaborative study shows K777 effective in combatting SARS-CoV-2 virus
Table-to-farm approach will create healthier U.S. melon supply chain
Texas A&M AgriLife researchers are changing how melon cultivars are improved
Specialty crops potential: More return for water, utilize center pivots
Agriculture producers in the Texas High Plains could potentially diversify their operations by growing specialty crops and get higher returns for water – without replacing irrigation systems.
Corn resistance to insect pests focus of Texas A&M study
Two AgriLife researchers received a $499,865 grant from the USDA's National Institute for Food and Agriculture to study corn resistance mechanisms against the fall armyworm and the western corn rootworm.
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