Seminar Series

February 4: Control of Seasonal Reproduction in the Mare. Dr. Gary Williams
March 4: Crop and Water Management Strategies for Sustaining Citrus Production in South Texas. Dr. Shad Nelson
April 1: Advancements in Native Grassland Restoration in South Texas. Mr. Forrest Smith
April 15: Drought Tolerance in Sugarcane: A preliminary study of assessing the water economy of transgenic varieties, Dr. Carlos J. Fernandez
May 6: Problems, Challenges, and Potential Solutions for Completing Boll Weevil Eradication in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Dr. Charles Suh
August 4: Fishery Sustainability, Alternative Feed Ingredients, Fish Meal Replacement, Biofloc, Super‐Intensive Shrimp Raceway Production Dr. Addison Lawrence
September 9 Development of Cost Effective Production Techniques for the Culture of Mono and Mixed Microalgae Biomass to be Utilized as Biofuels and Bio-products, Dr. Anthony Siccardi
October 7 Reaching our Stakeholders: Who, What, When and How.Dr. Vanessa Olson, Assistant Professor and Forage Specialist
November 13 Innovation Management: Creating Your Strategy to Change the World, Peter Schuerman, Ph.D. ,Director of Innovation Management AgriLife Innovation Management
December 9: Economic Feasibility of Biomass‐Based Biofuel Production in South Texas, Dr. Luis Ribera
February 3: Cotton Boll Rot and the Association with Boll‐Feeding Sucking Bugs of South Texas and the U.S. Cotton Belt. Gino Medrano, USDA ARS
February 5: 2014 Outbreak of Sugarcane/Sorghum Aphid (SA) on Sorghum, Dr. Michael Brewer
March 3: 2014 To Travel or Not to Travel, Does International Research Pay?, Dr. Jim Muir
April 7: Evaluation of Cool-season Oilseed Crops for Yield and Adaptation in Texas, Clark Neely Small Grains & Oilseed Extension Specialist

Problems, Challenges, and Potential Solutions for Completing Boll Weevil Eradication in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas A&M AgriLife Research Monthly Seminar Series, Dr. Charles Suh,USDA‐ARS, College Station
Drought Tolerance in Sugarcane: A preliminary study of assessing the water economy of transgenic varieties,Dr. Carlos J. Fernandez Ph.D.
Project Leader-Plant Physiology and Cropping Systems

Advancements in Native Grassland Restoration in South Texas.  Mr. Forrest Smith South Texas Natives, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research, Texas A&M University Kingsville, Dr. Megan Clayton Texas A&M AgriLife ExtensionCrop and Water Management for Sustaining Citrus Production in South Texas. Dr Shad Nelson, Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness and Environmental Sciences, Texas A&M Kingsville, Texas.
Fishery Sustainability, Alternative Feed Ingredients, Fish Meal Replacement, Biofloc, Super‐Intensive Shrimp Raceway Production. Dr. Addison Lawrence, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Port Aransas Development of Cost Effective Production Techniques for the Culture of Mono and Mixed Microalgae Biomass to be Utilized as Biofuels and Bio-products, Dr. Anthony Siccardi, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Flour Bluff

Reaching our Stakeholders: Who, What, When and How.
Vanessa Olson, Assistant Professor and Forage Specialist Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Overton

Innovation Management: Creating Your Strategy to Change the World
Peter Schuerman, Ph.D., Director of Innovation Management AgriLife Innovation Management

Economic Feasibility of Biomass‐Based Biofuel Production in South Texas
Dr. Luis Ribera, Assistant Professor and Extension Economist-Management Specialist

Cotton Boll Rot and the Association with Boll‐Feeding Sucking Bugs of South Texas and the U.S. Cotton Belt” Gino Medrano, USDA ARS College Station, and Michael Brewer, Texas A&M AgriLife Click here to view recording

2013 Outbreak of Sugarcane/Sorghum Aphid (SA) on Sorghum” Dr. Michael Brewer, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Corpus Christi
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To Travel or Not to Travel, Does International Research Pay? Jim Muir, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Stephenville To View recording, click on the following link. (View Recording)

“Evaluation of Cool-season Oilseed Crops for Yield and Adaptation in Texas” Clark Neely Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Small Grains & Oilseed Extension Specialist (View Recording)

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