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May 17, 2024

‘Phosphorus lady’ finds home at Texas A&M

Szerlag carving out a niche in the world of soils

Peter Omara, Ph.D., in white shirt standing in a field at the AgriLife center in Weslaco

May 17, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Weslaco adds soils specialist

Peter Omara brings extensive experience in agronomic outreach and application

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May 16, 2024

Fight to eradicate malaria takes associate professor to Equatorial Guinea

Giri Athrey says science is the best hope for infectious disease solutions at home and abroad

May 16, 2024

Mosquito season: How to control and prevent bites

Texas A&M AgriLife entomologist discusses all things mosquitoes – from types to tips to protect yourself

May 15, 2024

Emerald ash borer moves south

Invasive insect confirmed in five new Texas counties

A juvenile white-tailed deer stands in tall grass.

May 15, 2024

‘Tis the season for wildlife encounters

AgriLife Extension expert encourages people not to interfere with juvenile wildlife

Close up of woman holding beef in grocery store.

May 14, 2024

Grilling season kicks off with high but stable meat prices

Texas Crop and Weather Report

Two commemorative bricks being ready to be installed on a oathway. There are two emoty spots and a mallot by them.

May 13, 2024

Leave a legacy at the Leach Teaching Gardens

Aggies choose to honor, celebrate and memorialize loved ones with an engraved brick in on-campus gardens

May 13, 2024

Top barbecue tips from the ‘Three Brisketeers’

Texas A&M AgriLife experts share four tidbits every barbecue lover should know

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May 10, 2024

Two College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students earn prestigious Brown-Rudder Award

Barron and Elbel recognized for exemplifying characteristics of former president James Earl Rudder

May 9, 2024

$1 million grant project tackles economic, marketing gaps in U.S. aquaculture

Texas A&M AgriLife Research to co-lead National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grant project

Black Angus bull in native ranchland setting

May 9, 2024

An unraveled genetic mystery in Angus

Genetic discovery by team of researchers and veterinarians helps Angus producers protect their herds

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences building in front of a blue, orange and yellow sunset.

May 9, 2024

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences advisors get an A+

Four College of Agriculture and Life Sciences advisors, advising hub receive university awards

Wheat in a field.

May 9, 2024

Wheat field day will be held on May 23 in Bushland

Research updates, variety trials for wheat, small grain featured

Car in flooded waters as people on golf cart look on.

May 9, 2024

Recovery resources available for Texas livestock producers, individuals affected by floods

Rural homeowners need to test water wells before using

May 8, 2024

Pillai named 2024 Institute of Food Technologists Fellow

May 8, 2024

How studying abroad inspires a future in hospitality

Texas A&M expert shares how study abroad can enhance education, career

May 8, 2024

Where passion meets science

Animal science doctoral student’s determination and love for horses drives impactful research

May 8, 2024

New Texas A&M report gives insights on future beef, pork, chicken prices

Department of Agricultural Economics report will help consumers budget for meats

May 8, 2024

Lantana camara varieties named newest Texas Superstars

Plants add ‘flower power,’ heat and drought tolerance to landscapes