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Research seeks insights on honeybee diets for healthier hives

Texas A&M AgriLife scientists examine sustainable beekeeping, agriculture and urban development

Developing biobased cropping systems with both water, carbon resiliency

Texas A&M AgriLife team utilizing remote sensing to assess drought tolerance of energy canes, sorghums.

Cotton producers can gain maximum use of limited water using irrigation methods, says new modeling study

AgriLife Research scientists publish results in the journal Agricultural Water Management

End of the bee-mergency? Despite blizzard and drought, populations are poised for recovery, entomologists say

Sufficient rain and mild weather indicate an upturn in late spring or early summer

What causes locusts to destroy crops? USDA-approved facility studies the insects’ Jekyll-to-Hyde transformation

Most recent outbreak caused $1.3 billion in damage across 23 countries from Ethiopia to Nepal

What works for raising chickens also works for raising ducks, right? Not so, says Texas A&M poultry scientist

Associate professor is filing in the gaps in research on commercial duck production
National Security

Creating food security would reduce emigration, crime and radicalization around the world, new economic report says

Farm Journal Foundation commissions study from Texas A&M’s Program on Conflict and Development

Mystery solved? How a common herbicide may have triggered a kidney-disease epidemic in Central America

Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology publishes results of NIH-funded study

Without adding nitrates: New process could substitute amino acid to cure jerky, bacon and other meats

USDA is funding a Texas A&M-led effort to search for an alternative curing system