Access to clean high quality water is a global issue. Texas A&M AgriLife Research is developing cropping systems and efficiency process to protect water resources.
Research funded by AgriLife Research is accelerating sustainable food and fiber production. And advances in drug development and nutrition make for a healthier Texas.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research strives to be good stewards of land resources and provide sustainable solutions to the impact of agriculture on land.
Studying renewable energy sources can reduce dependence on fossil fuels, greenhouse gas emissions, and create new uses for crops.
A focus on sustainability combats demand on our land, food supply, and already decreasing water supply.
Food & Nutrition
Hunger and lack of nutrition is a global issue. Texas A&M AgriLife Research helps alleviate this human suffering through agricultural science.
West Nile virus and zika virus have Texans on alert. AgriLife Research provides evidence-based information and solutions for these diseases.
As global population grows, so does the demand on food resources. We are producing new and improved crops to meet this need.
Pests & Invasive Plants
Pests & invasive plants risk our ag efforts and human health. That is why we strive to detect & mitigate insect borne diseases and invasive plants.
Livestock & Plant Genetics
Texas A&M AgriLife researchers study livestock & plant genetics to develop efficient and sustainable production methods.