Agriculture and Natural Resources

Learn About Agriculture with our Extension Agents and Texas A&M
Aggie Horticulture
Horticulture Information from the Horticulture Department at Texas A&M University
is designed to help pond owners and their advisors in the identification and management of aquatic vegetation. Aquatic vegetation management can be a perplexing problem. The first part of that problem is proper identification. Management of most aquatic plant species depends on properly identifying the desirable or nuisance plant.

Easy Gardening Series                                                                                                                                                                                                  information with various instructions on how to grow your home garden.

Feral Hogs                                                                                                                                                                                                                       This web site was designed to provide information to landowners and the general public on feral hog control, damage, diseases and hunting tips

Fire Ants
Texas imported Fire Ant Research and Management Project.
At this site you will be able to read or download forage-related publications that will help with forage species selection, establishment, management, and utilization. There is information on soil fertility, grazing management, incorporating legumes into your forage system, and minimizing winter feeding costs.
Forestry & Department of Ecosystem Science and Management
Forest Resource Management is designed to both educate and train professionals to manage forests and conduct forest research. Whether the primary goal of forest management is timber, water, wildlife, or recreation, students graduating from this option will be well-equipped to provide the forest values which society demands.

Fruit and Nut Resources

Informative link to the Fruit & Nut Guides from the Texas Cooperative Extension

Forage Grasses
Forage grasses include (Crop Group 17) introduced and native grasses for pasture, grazing, and hay crops.
A web site devoted to grasses and how to identify them.
Greenhouse Management Handbook
Helpful resources on how to manage your greenhouse 
Honey Bee Information
Various information concerning honey bees.
How to Submit a Honey Bee Sample for ID
Fact Sheet on Submitting Honey Bee Samples for Identification
Insect Information from the Entomology Department at Texas A&M University
IPM in Texas
A web site for Integrated Pest Management in Texas.
Plant Disease Site
A Plant Disease Diagnostic Web Site.

Plant Identification Plant Identification from the Ecosystem Science and Management

Plant Pathology & Microbiology
Information about Plant Pathology & Microbiology from Texas A&M University
Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac
A Guide to Determine the Differences Between Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and/or Poison Sumac.
Information from the Poultry Science Department at Texas A&M University
Questions & Answers on Avian Flu
A site listing various questions and answers about Avian Flu.


Aggie Turf gross 

Information about termites in Texas.
Texas A&M Turf Grass Information
Information concerning turfgrass for Texas lawns.
Texas Ag Net
A web site on Texas Agriculture.
Texas Aquaculture Association
A guide to help find fish and other aquaculture needs in Texas.
Texas Beef Quality Producer’s Program
A Beef Program Designed to Assist Texas Producers as they grow beef to meet the industry standards.
Texas Fruit Growers
Information about the Texas Fruit Growers Association.
Turf Grass Information for the Home Owner
Various publications and information concerning turf grass for home owners.
Turf Grass Management & Use
A Turf Grass Guide to varieties, maintanence, and disease problems.
Urban Ranching
Information for those farming or ranching on small acreages.

Vegetable Resources

Informative link to the Fruit & Nut Guides from the Texas Cooperative Extension


Weed Control & Soil Testing
Weed Control, Forages, and Soils Information from the Soil & Crop Sciences Department at Texas A&M University
Information about WIldlife from the Department of Wildlife & Fisheries at Texas A&M University

One Response to Agriculture and Natural Resources

  1. Denice says:

    Greetings! Very useful advice within this post!
    It’s the little changes that produce the greatest changes.
    Thanks a lot for sharing!

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