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    This publication explains how to determine whether a storm-damaged tree can be saved. If the damage is not severe, most trees will recover in time. Helpful illustrations depict different levels...
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    Many insects feed and make their homes in the bark, trunks, and branches of shade trees and shrubs in Texas. Insect borers belong to several different insect groups including a...
  • We have a number of resources and experts available to help pond owners identify native and invasive aquatic plants and provide solutions for nuisance species found in Texas ponds. Resources...
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    The introduction of exotic and ornamental plant species has had a negative impact on the ecological productivity of ecosystems that are vital to native wildlife. Native plants, on the other...
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    This publication provides beef producers with information on managing a nutrition program for range beef cattle. It discusses forage needs, body condition, crude protein and digestibility of forage in the...
  • We offer educational resources on weeds, native weeds and invasive species of plants. Information on topics ranging from the economic and environmental harm of invasive species to how to control...
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    Local native fauna immediately congregates in the successfully restored wetland basins-completing the restoration cycle. The time needed to complete the restoration from plant collection to final establishment can stretch over...
  • Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offers a wide variety of programs, brochures, field days and one-pagers to help Texans with agricultural crop production, whether that is a food crop or...
  • Tools and Apps
    ...for plants by specific characteristics. The Earth–Kind® Plant Selector does NOT provide information concerning the potential invasiveness of landscape plants, though plants with a high Earth–Kind® index value will generally...
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