- Texas A&M AgriLife involved in multistate and international seedling improvement project. Object is to provide high-quality, better-performing seedlings for vegetable nurseries, growers
- Public Works Conference, private applicator training slated for July 29-30 in Uvalde
- Texas specialty crop sector hit hard by COVID-19 Pandemic created ‘perfect storm’ for many vegetable, fruit producers
Integrating approaches to enhance yield and quality under high tunnels and open fields in conventional and organic systems
Bio-stimulants, water and nitrogen management strategies for leafy vegetables
Humic acids: Impact on seedling/plant growth, soil health, water use efficiency, quality and yield of high-value vegetables.
Identifying spinach genotypes efficient in nutrient uptake and utilization using natural genetic variation, identifying anti-microbial compounds against food-borne pathogens
Advancing the sustainability practices of organic vegetable production through improvements in nutrient uptake and interactions with soil microbiomes
Olive Stress Tolerance
Developing strategies against abiotic and biotic stresses in Texas olives using molecular and biochemical cues.