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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    Grapevine pests and diseases can cause significant damage and crop loss, and the signs and symptoms of these ailments can be hard to recognize. This publication describes several pests and diseases that plague grapevines as well as instructions to keep growers vigilant and prepared in administering treatment. (84 Pages)

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    Cantaloupes and honeydew melons are vining crops that are grown during the warm season of Texas. This factsheet instructs gardeners on the care of cantaloupe and honeydew melon plants and provides two recipes that showcase the melons. (2 pages)

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    In Texas, watermelons are a favorite summer treat. They are made up of about 90 percent water, making them the perfect way to quench thirst and satisfy a sweet tooth. Watermelons are a member of the cucurbit family, along with squash, cucumbers, and pumpkins. This factsheet instructs gardeners on the care of watermelon plants and […]

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    This publication on Radishes is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (1 page)

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    This publication on Sugar Snap Peas is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages)

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    This publication on Tomatillos is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (1 page)

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    This publication on Turnip and Mustard Greens is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages)

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    Tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV) is an economically damaging viral pathogen of tomatoes and peppers and is a new global threat to the tomato and pepper industry. Over the years, scientists have developed improved varieties of tomatoes and peppers with genetic resistance (e. g., Tm-22) to tobamoviruses. ToBRFV does not pose a health risk […]

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    This publication on Grapes is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages)

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    This publication on Okra is part of a series on fruits and vegetables that includes growing, storing, and cooking tips-as well as healthy cooking recipes. Information for this series has been gathered and curated by Aggie Horticulture. (2 pages)