Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Entomology

Type
Program
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Overview

The AgriLife Extension Entomology program is located across Texas and can provide advice on control of urban, structural, landscape, garden, veterinary and agricultural pests and pests that are threats to human health.

Contact

David Kerns
Extension Specialist
Address: 2475 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843

The AgriLife Extension Entomology program is located across Texas and can provide advice on control of urban, structural, landscape, garden, veterinary and agricultural pests and pests that are threats to human health. Information is backed by science and research at Texas A&M and other universities and is made practical and relevant by AgriLife Extension Entomologists, educators and agents who work in each county, right where you live.

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