A recently funded Texas A&M AgriLife study will determine differences in nitrogen requirements between Brahman type cattle and other cattle.
Mysterious seeds that appear to be shipped from China are showing up in at least 28 states in the United States and in Britain.
Kevin Ong, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service plant pathologist and director of the Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, said this is concerning because these packages have seeds in them instead of what is listed, and there is no information on what type they might be.
Because of its simple start up process, easy access to varieties and their seeds, gardening offers a wide variety of experiences shared with other sectors of agriculture.
Texas residents are now among those across the nation receiving mysterious seeds delivered by mail in tiny bags marked as jewelry.
Experts with Texas A&M AgriLife Research say that bite can affect you down the road because kissing bugs are known to spread Chagas disease
What USDA wants to know is why are people getting these and are they noxious weeds.
“They’re more afraid of you than you should be afraid of them,” said Molly Keck, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologist.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service explains how mosquito populations can explode after a severe storm, and with them come harmful diseases.
Restaurant closures have canceled the meal ticket at their usual haunts and sent the varmints scurrying into residential areas.