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Texas and Oklahoma name new state cotton Extension specialists

Ken Legé was recently hired as the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension cotton specialist for the west Texas area, and Jenny Dudak, Oklahoma State University crop science doctoral candidate, will start her new position as the Oklahoma State University Extension cotton specialist i... Read More

Freeze damaged trees may not make it after this latest cold snap, but homeowners should give high-value plants a chance to recover before removing them. ‘Looking dead’ is not necessarily dead in many cases. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Courtney Sacco)
Carlie Rogers found her passion working with pigs in the Texas A&M Swine Center at the O. D. Butler Jr. Animal Science Complex as a student worker. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Michael Miller.)
Break in packing stuff for a trip (Photo: iStock - KatarzynaBialasiewicz)

Stressing out about holiday travel?

Julie Howe, Ph.D., professor and associate department head for undergraduate programs in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, is dedicated to finding research solutions to environmental challenges, teaching the next generation of soil scientists and providing extension outreach that helps Texas agriculture producers and industry advance. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Sam Craft)

Changing the world through the science of soil

Rain and hail were extremely detrimental to cotton crops in the High Plains. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)

Sporadic rainfall brings relief to parts of Texas

The Essentials of Regenerative Ranching program gives producers the hands-on experience and tools they need to monitor and improve the health of their soil. (Photo by Katie McGuire, Noble Research Institute.)
One of the many topics featured in the Sept. 27 Regenerative Agriculture Field Day at Lamesa will be soil health management. (Photo by Kay Ledbetter, Texas A&M AgriLife.)
(Photo by Laura McKenzie, Texas A&M AgriLife.)