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TPPB encourages fellow Texans to support the cause through monetary donations. "PB for OK," is working with the food banks' relief efforts in Moore, Okla., and surrounding areas to distribute peanut butter to the victims as they start to rebuild their lives and the community over the next few weeks. Comment?
Texas High Plains cotton producers face a plethora of weather and pest problems as they finish planting the 2013 crop. Comment?
Despite recent rains that greened up much of the wheat crop, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist is expecting a below-normal crop this year. Comment?
Glyphosate has been getting a lot of bad press, primarily due to the problems with glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth. Comment?
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will offer official comment and urge that existing voluntary conservation efforts be considered instead of more federal regulation. Comment?
Cotton farmers, particularly those accustomed to spaying a single herbicide on their crops, may need to dust off some of the old equipment and herbicides they or their fathers used in the 1980s and 90s. Comment?
As drought conditions plateaued for most of the state, Texas producers were wrapping up cotton and grain sorghum harvests and hoping for rain to help moisture-stressed wheat and winter small grains, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service weekly reports. Comment?