Agrilife Extension Resources

We offer a variety of resources to help Texans grow alternative crops like sunflowers, canola, hemp and black-eyed peas during the ever-changing production and market conditions. These alternative crops can be mixed into crop rotations to meet seasonal needs or help with weed control, soil building and other production needs.

Related Departments: Soil and Crop Sciences, Horticultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics

Rows of yellow sunflowers
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  • Program

    Texas A&M AgriLife Foundation Seed produces and markets genetically pure seeds of new plant cultivars developed by scientists of Texas A&M AgriLife Research.