Seems like it has been raining for 40 days and 40 nights, or at least it feels like it. I know that we will covet these rainy days soon enough… Read more

Breakfast actually means “breaking the fast.” When we eat breakfast we are refueling our bodies after going without food during our sleeping h… Read more

We know a little more now on how our landscapes fared after February’s winter storm. For the most part, I have been pleasantly surprised! It s… Read more

Winter storm Uri, which devastated most of Texas, is estimated to have caused 600 million in damages to Texas Agriculture, according to AgriLi… Read more

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What just happened? It was crazy-cold is what happened. Like you, I don’t put up with our sweltering summers to have to deal with that kind of… Read more

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We want and need to hear from you! An important aspect of our agency is providing educational programs that address local needs. We have commi… Read more

Did you start vegetable gardening last year? If so, you weren’t alone, but you may have gotten a late start. Let’s kick this year off right by… Read more

January gives us a fresh start to a new year. It is also Family Fit Lifestyle Month, which is a great time to kickstart your year with the who… Read more

Winter season has officially started in Texas, which means cooler months ahead. During this time, it is also known to be cold and flu season. … Read more

Let’s talk about the most romantic of all holiday plants — mistletoe. You might have seen a mistletoe tree before, but like unicorns and the C… Read more

This year we are preparing for one of the most different Christmases in our lifetime, but I have been looking forward to Christmas more this y… Read more

You don’t have to be a tree-hugger to appreciate trees. They provide beauty, shade, protection and oxygen. They filter pollutants and sequeste… Read more

Mushrooms are a great subject because of the obvious pun value, but they are also interesting. And no, we aren’t going to talk about eating mu… Read more

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September is Childhood Obesity Awareness month. According to the Centers for Disease Control, in Texas about 31% of children are considered ob… Read more

A large volume of hay has been produced around the county due to the wet year we had in early summer. After we finally were able to get some h… Read more

With summer coming to an end and many children returning to school, there is still time to have some fun with your families. August is the mon… Read more

Summertime in Texas means hot and humid temperatures and high heat index levels that may cause discomfort to many. It is very important that w… Read more

African horse sickness virus is not in the U.S., but it is a growing concern as a potential threat. Texas A&M University AgriLife faculty,… Read more

As our world is currently experiencing challenging and stressful times, we must be mindful of our eating habits during this season. The past f… Read more