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AFRI Foundational and Applied Science Program Program Area Priority (PAP) A1102

In 2016, the AFRI Foundational and Applied Science Program initiated a new competitive Program Area Priority (PAP) A1102 focusing on fundamental research in agricultural production systems. This program area priority supports research to advance our knowledge of agricultural production systems, including croplands, rangelands, and managed forests across the rural urban continuum from conventional/organic open-fields to protected built environments, using experimental manipulations of system components, technological interventions, system analyses, and modeling including agroecological approaches. Continue reading

New newsletter has helpful tips to keep your lawn looking great

The Texas A&M AgriLife Texas Lawn Companion is a new newsletter with tips for homeowners, golf course administrators, school administrators and others who manage any type of turfgrass. In the first quarterly edition of the newsletter, editor Becky Grubbs includes articles on the following topics: Continue reading

North Carolina bee expert demonstrates queen bee health on Capitol Hill

As Congress considers the Farm Bill and agricultural appropriations, agricultural researchers from a variety of disciplines are updating Congressional members and staff on research covering current challenges and emerging threats in agriculture, food and natural resources.

David Tarpy, CALS professor of entomology and Extension apiculturist, is participating in a national exhibition in Washington, D.C., on June 6 to help demonstrate how multiple types of U.S. Department of Agriculture funding (intramural, extramural, competitive and capacity) work together to bolster American innovation. Continue reading