Texas agriculture experts are warning commercial poultry producers and residents with backyard flocks to be on guard now that a virulent strain of avian influenza has reached Texas.
Cattle fever tick populations with resistance to acaricides are a growing concern within the Texas cattle industry.
Two projects by Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists aim to protect the U.S. cattle industry from the emerging threat of pesticide-resistant cattle fever ticks.
Cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus, also known as bird flu, have been reported in states around the U.S., including Texas.
Tick resistance to acaricides makes it imperative to develop both anti-tick vaccines and new anti-tick treatments that are safe for vertebrate animals.
Some houseplant enthusiasts believe the fiddle leaf fig plant lost its popularity due to its reputation of being harder to care for than it looks.
The United States is dealing with its worst outbreak of bird flu in 7 years. But as of now, the outbreak’s presence in Texas remains low
Goal is to create a network of rural practitioners linked together through virtual reporting and diagnostic tools.
The drought could drive up the price of beef. One agronomist explains why, and what farmers might do to adapt.
Every late spring and summer, swarms of unwelcome visitors make themselves known across Houston: the asp caterpillar.