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    Topics include climate, soil, varieties, site preparation, planting, irrigation, fertilization, training and pruning, freeze protection, weeds, diseases, insects and vertebrate pests, harvest, and economic considerations. (10 pages)...
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    Coastal communities prone to flooding may benefit from the implementation of green infrastructure. Green infrastructure can help mitigate the adverse effects of flood damage and promote water drainage. This publication...
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    Areas flooded after a severe storm are prone to mosquito problems. Several mosquito species are a danger to humans because of the diseases they transmit. This publication explains the symptoms...
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    Los mosquitos y otros insectos pueden ser un problema despues de una tormenta. Los mosquitos se reproducen en areas inundadas donde hay agua estancada. Esta publicacion ofrece consejos sobre el...
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    Esta publicacian sobre cumo cultivar el jengibre en Texas abarca la seleccian del sitio, preparacian de la tierra, fertilizacian, riego, cosecha, nutrician y servir el alimento....
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    This publication explains how to grow sugar snap peas. Topics include recommended varieties for Texas, soil preparation, planting, fertilizing, watering, disease control, and harvesting. (2 Pages)...
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    This publication explains the basics of vegetable gardening. Topics include garden planning, site selection and preparation, variety selection, plant care, garden cleanup, and rotation planning. (18 Pages)...
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    Severe grub infestations can pose a serious threat to fish production farms and private fishing ponds. Pond managers must be proactive in monitoring for and preventing infestations. This publication examines...
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    When contracts for the Conservation Reserve Program expire, landowners must find profitable ways to manage their properties. These management decisions affect wildlife and habitat. Former CRP land can be returned...
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    As Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts begin to expire, landowners must decide to re-enroll the land in the program, convert it back to crops or leave it in permanent cover...