Dry and windy conditions contributed to below-average yields, but Texas A&M AgriLife Extension experts say watermelon and cantaloupes this year will be exceptionally sweet.
The initiative will help coffee growers, product quality and youth employment.
Texas A&M AgriLife algorithms can help producers prevent economic damage.
Texas A&M AgriLife elevates the barbecue industry through meat science teaching, research and outreach.
While the state is still far behind Louisiana in crawfish production, Texas holds a strong No. 2 spot, with around 9,500 total crawfish acres.
Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are testing genetic modification technology with safeguards in mind.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension economists' tally includes fence damage, lost grazing value and livestock deaths.
Texas A&M AgriLife viticulture experts are leading the way in Texas wine industry research.
Federal grant money will fuel the development of new tools in the fight against cattle fever ticks.
A Texas A&M AgriLife team is researching best management practices for growers.