Agrilife Extension Resources

We have a wide range of objective, science-based information on the nutritional and health benefits of fruits and tree nuts as well as horticultural information on planting and maintaining fruit and nut trees appropriate for Texas.

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Asset Type: Program
  • Program

    Preserving the Harvest is a program series that teaches ways to preserve foods with tested recipes and research-based methods, using “hands-on” activities to practice preservation skills.

    jars of homemade preserves
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    This program educates growers and wine producers through applied research on vineyards, insect and disease management, selection of grape varieties, wine processing and wine quality.

    grapes growing on a vine
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    Learn, Grow, Eat & GO!  is the research-based, evidence-based curriculum project of the International Junior Master Gardener® Program.

    Children sharing bowls of fruit
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    The Pecan Orchard Management Short Course is the world renowned premiere educational event on how to grow pecans.

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    The Texas Master Gardener program trains and supports a network of volunteers to provide horticultural-related information within their communities.

    Two volunteers in a garden
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    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.