Great Plains grasslands, beef cattle production, rural economies challenged by climate variability
Critics called it the “pig bomb” The growing numbers of feral hogs in Texas have become a huge problem.
What could be more appropriate to commemorate this Arbor Day, April 30, 2021, than a story about hundreds of seeds that went on a lunar journey 50 years ago and became known as Moon Trees after their saplings were planted throughout the world?
It’s time to celebrate an important part of our planet — the trees.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIAID, part of the National Institutes of Health, NIH, has awarded $2.5 million in grants to support research on bacteriophage therapy, and Texas A&M AgriLife Research is among the grant recipients.
Houston area gardeners continue to nurture life back into their gardens, and Texas A&M AgriLife expert Brandi Keller tackles questions about bottlebrush, powderpuff shrub, Pride of Barbados, olive trees and plumeria.
There’s something about having plants in your garden, front porch, or kitchen that gives us a reason to smile. There’s growing evidence that shows gardening can benefit our mental health and reduce anger, according to AgriLife Today.
Honey bees are often regarded as the most beneficial insect to humans because they pollinate crops and provide honey, according to the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Although these small yet mighty insects are aggressive and persistent, they can be managed and dealt with fairly easily.
Don’t touch those hairy caterpillars you may start to see around San Antonio.