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  • Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde | Teaching, Research, Extension and Service
    Black Careers Herbarium GPS Studies to save endangered species Educational Tours On Water Conservation News Second Phase of Dama Gazelle Study Nutrition center gets bounty of hydroponic lettuce Second Phase of gray water trials begin Can wheat become a more statewide crop Uvalde Wheat vegetable field day sows interest among area producers Scientist hopes soapy water testing lathers up statewide interest Give me a home where the dama gazelles roam Artichokes finding a place in the heart of Texas Upcoming Events Seminars 4 H Events Past Events Resources Texas Vegetable SWOT Analysis Uvalde Research Weather Station Plant Questions Texas Master Gardeners Ag Economics District 10 4 H Texas Parks and Wildlife Southwest District 10 Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research Texas A M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory Texas A M Forest Service Required Links Compact with Texans Privacy and Security Accessibility Policy State Link Policy Statewide Search Equal

    Original URL path: http://uvalde.tamu.edu/ (2015-12-26)
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  • About | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    the environment and social prosperity Click here for more Uvalde Center information Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research

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  • Faculty | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    tamu edu Dr Xuejun Dong Assistant Professor Crop Eco Physiology Ext 290 xuejun dong ag tamu edu Kathleen Greer District Extension Administrator Ext 223 kl greer tamu edu Dr Robert Hogan Associate Professor Extension Economist Ext 288 rhogan ag tamu edu Dr Vijay Joshi Assistant Professor Systems Plant Phyiology Ext 236 Vijay Joshi ag tamu edu Dr Daniel I Leskovar Professor Vegetable Physiology Center Director Ext 222 249 d leskovar tamu edu Dr Hagen Lippke Emeritus Professor Ruminant Nutrition Ext 240 h lippke tamu edu Megan Logan 4 H Specialist Ext 282 mmlogan ag tamu edu Dr Robert Lyons Professor Extension Range Specialist Ext 226 rk lyons tamu edu Dr Rick Machen Professor Extension Livestock Specialist Ext 245 r machen tamu edu Joe Pena Emeritus Extension Economist Dr Larry A Stein Associate Dept Head Professor Extension Horticulturist Ext 243 lstein ag tamu edu Todd Swift Regional Program Leader Ext 281 twswift ag tamu edu Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture

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  • Staff | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    tamu edu Audra Elrod Technician Assistant I Vegetable Physiology Ext 244 Audra Elrod ag tamu edu Juan Esquivel Technician I Vegetable Physiology Ext 244 jfesquivel ag tamu edu Manuel Figueroa Pagan Technician II Vegetable Physiology Ext 247 mfpagan ag tamu edu Carrie Hensarling Research Associate Plant Nutrition Ext 241 270 c hensarling tamu edu Isabel Hernandez Senior Office Assistant Ext 235 Isabel Hernandez ag tamu edu Ray King Farm Service Manager Ext 251 r king ag tamu edu Dr Eugenia Martin Visiting Professor Ext 249 euge191081 hotmail com Rosalinda Melchor District Office Manager Ext 234 rcmelchor ag tamu edu Dr Yahia Othman Research Associate Vegetable Physiology Ext 237 yahia othman ag tamu edu Yvette Perez Office Assistant Ext 232 yvette perez ag tamu edu Ben Puerta Mechanical Technician Ext 278 Ben Puerta ag tamu edu Perry Reed Maintenance Technician Ext 278 Reynaldo Rodriguez Senior Custodian Alfred Sanchez Technician I Plant Pathology Ext 228 229 amsanchez ag tamu edu Shane Sieckenius Research Assistant Wildlife Ecology Ext 252 s sieckenius tamu edu Andrea Silva Technician II Wildlife Ecology Ext 270 alwappel ag tamu edu Liza Silva Senior Office Assistant Ext 233 lmsilva ag tamu edu Sixto Silva Shop Service Manager Ext 269 278 ssilva ag tamu edu Bethany Speer Technician II Ornamental Horticulture Ext 238 bazaiglin ag tamu edu Christine Thompson Business Coordinator III Ext 231 cwthompson ag tamu edu Dr Yongjiang Zhang Visiting Professor Crop Physiology Ext 287 yongjiangzh sina com Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research Texas A

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  • Students | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    tamu edu Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A M AgriLife Research Texas A M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine cooperative with AgriLife Extension Research Texas A M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory Texas A M

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  • Research | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    vegetable transplants to better withstand post transplanting field stresses Improving water use efficiency in the Texas green industry Texas land occupied in green industry activities such as plant nurseries and greenhouses landscaping and urban forestry is estimated at 1 5 million acres These activities could use up to 5 million acre feet of water annually which is rapidly approaching usage by irrigated agriculture in the state A new initiative at the Uvalde Center is focused on identifying native and adapted plant species with low water requirements that have distinctive traits for commercial use in sustainable urban landscapes as well as other potential uses for rangeland restoration and reclamation forage production and improve feed and shelter for wildlife This includes research into the potential use of cold tolerant spineless cactus as a drought reserve forage for the livestock industry in more northern areas of Texas Managing wildlife and natural resources Researchers work with landowners to develop new paradigms in wildlife management and to optimize habitat management for production of trophy white tailed deer abundant bobwhite quail and conservation of endangered species while maintaining biodiversity of other wildlife species Collaboration on animal health issues with Texas A M Veterinary School aid agriculture by revealing that deer cannot transmit tick fever to cattle and identifying strategies to reduce disease transfer from feral hogs to valuable wildlife and livestock At the interface with plant production and water saving strategies wildlife researchers also examine rainwater harvesting for wildlife food plots and maintenance of native plant gardens to support attractive urban wildlife Research Impacts The finding that deer cannot transmit tick fever to cattle saved 2 billion per year by eliminating the requirement to impose quarantine restrictions on deer hunting and fund a costly wildlife control program A new method for aging deer is helping to

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  • Crop Eco-Physiology | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    of resolving the currently acute conflict in water competition between different social sectors is to increase the efficiency of water use In agricultural settings one major focus is the adoption of efficient irrigation management strategies which needs to be based on a better understanding of soil crop water relations In particular our agronomy group emphasizes important physiological processes and crop traits that are responsible for the regulation of crop water use This involves a close collaboration with crop breeders crop physiologists soil hydrologists and irrigation engineers etc Current Projects GEM strategy Linking drought tolerant traits with water use efficiency to improve productivity of cropping systems in Texas One of the Co PI s TAMU Seed grant Efficient use of water in winter wheat for carbon and nitrogen acquisition a whole plant approach PI Supported by Texas Wheat Producers Board Effect of Ag1000TM soil amendment on corn growth and water use efficiency in southwestern Texas PI Supported by TeraGanix Inc Sensor network and adaptive controller for smart irrigation of specialty crops One of the Co PIs Pending approval by The Chancellor s Area 41 Challenge Grant with Texas A M University Impacts Develop a better understanding of eco physiological mechanisms regulating crop water use efficiency in irrigated crop production system in the Winter Garden region of southern Texas and beyond Develop methods for reliable and sensitive quantification of evapotranspiration of selected agronomic crops by considering the dynamic interactions of water supply and water demand for crop transpiration and yield formation This research creates a foundation for better irrigation management strategy and more efficient crop production under water limited conditions Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center Employee Directory AgriLife Agencies Texas A M AgriLife

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  • Vegetable Physiology | Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Uvalde
    sweet corn tomatoes watermelon and snap beans In addition there are about 5 800 acres of leafy greens 39 000 acres of dry beans southern peas and pumpkin combined and 14 040 acres of fresh market and processing potatoes World national and statewide trends indicate an increased interest in the production of vegetable crops in response to environmental and health concerns population growth as well as the potential for higher economic returns Thus the future economic growth and increased health awareness are likely to cause an upsurge in global demand for vegetables This will cause major changes in the use of water land and environmental resources Goals Our goal is to maximize water productivity increase the adaptation to drought and heat stress tolerance or resistance maintain or improve the quality and nutrition for consumers and ultimately enhance the economic returns for farmers and industry in the farm to the table chain Current Projects 2015 Vegetable cropping system management in relation to environmental stresses HATCH 8098 Environmental and genetic determinants of seed quality and performance W 3168 W ater conservation strategies and water use efficiency for high value crops in Texas TDA SCBG USDA Production and marketing strategies for specialty melons and artichokes TDA SCBG USDA 1 MCP to modulate transplant growth in tomato AgroFresh GEM Linking traits for water use efficiency and drought tolerance TAMU AgriLife State Initiative Enhancing horticultural crop production and commercialization of small scale South African farmers Texas A M AgriLife Research and Tshwane University of Technology TUT South Africa Detección de QTLs ligados a la producción de biomasa y aceite en Cynara cardunculus L Agencia Nacional de Promoción Científica y Tecnológica Argentina Comments are closed Texas A M AgriLife Solutions for a Changing World Office of the Vice Chancellor Services Agriculture Life Sciences Complex AgriLife Center

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