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AgriLife Research experts: Managing grazing lands with fire improves profitability

The head fire is set in a paddock as a part of a managed fire during the Waggoner Ranch study. (Texas AgriLife Research photo by Dr. Richard Teague)Dr. Richard…

Research demonstrates relationship of Texas coastal prairie-pothole wetlands to Galveston Bay

“Loss of wetlands closer to traditional navigable waters must be mitigated under the Clean Water Act by creating new wetlands, or preferably by protecting and…

AgriLife Research scientists trumpeting possible new adaptation of tropical flower

Texas AgriLife Research scientists are trying to bring more beauty to the colder regions of the state by breeding winter-hardiness into a tropical ornamental…

New study to look at economics, groundwater use of bioenergy feedstocks

Dr. Steve Amosson, AgriLife Extension economist in Amarillo, and Dr. Seong Park, AgriLife Research economist in Vernon, are joining other economists to model…

AgriLife scientist: Functional amino acids regulate key metabolic pathways

In a journal article appearing in the American Society for Nutrition (Advances in Nutrition 1:31-37, 2010), Dr. Guoyao Wu, AgriLife Research animal…

AgriLife Research scientists complete two-year study on short-day onions

Texas AgriLife Research scientists have recently completed a two-year study on the impact of deficit irrigation and plant density on the growth, yield and…

AgriLife research identifies wheat streak resistance gene

A microscopic look into the genes of a Colorado wheat variety has allowed Texas AgriLife Research scientists to identify a wheat streak mosaic virus-resistance…

Biofuel study looks at cost to wildlife and environmental diversity

Whether we can grow bio-energy crops such as switchgrass and forage sorghum isn't the question, said a Texas AgriLife Research scientist.The question is,…

White eyes, foot-wide flowers, maroon plants

With a little cross-breeding and some determination, Dr. Dariusz Malinowski, Texas AgriLife Research plant physiologist and forage agronomist in Vernon, is…

AgriLife Research wheat studies pay off

Research came full circle on April 16 as the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service amended the Karnal bunt quarantine areas in Arizona, California and…

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