Spinach growers in Texas reported a reduction in the number of acres of spinach they were able to grow this season due to COVID-19.
A study from the Center for Phage Technology, part of Texas A&M’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Texas A&M AgriLife Research, shows how the “hidden” genes in bacteriophages may be key to the development of a new class of antibiotics for human health.
This year, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is teaming up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to remind football fans and Super Bowl partygoers that designated drivers are the best defense.
The “mother of plant virology and serology,” Helen Purdy Beale, developed techniques to understand the nature of viruses that went unappreciated for decades.
Homemade juices are a popular way for health-conscious people to get their veggies. But the juicing method of choice makes a difference, a recent study suggests.
New project to use next-generation sequencing for faster bovine disease detection.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has received its second Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) Specialty Crops Block Grant for an “Increasing Texas Strawberry Profitability” project.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has received their second Texas Department of Agriculture Specialty Crops Block Grant for an “Increasing Texas Strawberry Profitability” project.
Beef prices had the largest annual increase in beef prices in 2020 since 2014.
Our insect expert, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program specialist Wizzie Brown, answers common questions.