Agrilife Extension Resources

We provide resources to take Texans from planning to planting to harvesting vegetables with programs and materials that cover topics ranging from plant selection to fertilization to composting. Our horticulturists are available to assist Texans with understanding what vegetables are best suited for each region and for each season.

Related Departments: Horticultural Sciences, Food Science and Technology, Agricultural Economics, Entomology

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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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    Texas Superstar plants are specially recognized for superior performance in tough growing conditions in Texas.

    bluebonnets and maroon bluebonnets in a field
  • Program

    Aggie Horticulture provides gardening and horticultural crop production factsheets, guides and databases.

    Skip Richter training a squash vine up a trellis
  • Program

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

    Children sharing bowls of fruit
  • Program

    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
  • 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.