The next generation of agricultural problem solving will require big science and linkages forged across data sets and disciplines.
In a raging sea of dicamba-drift complaints, some soybean and cotton growers managed to stay the course and find success with the new formulations in 2017. Read moreRead More »
Houston Chronicle By Brian M. Rosenthal March 1, 2017 AUSTIN – Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller once again is clashing with the Legislature and threatening to unilaterally raise fees on farmers and ranchers. Miller, a first-term Republican who ran as a hard-line conservative, has faced repeated questions about his spending[…]Read More »