The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Corpus Christi was officially opened in February 1974, and formally dedicated in May 1974. The Center is administratively responsible for the research of satellite station laboratories located at Beeville and Flour Bluff. Faculty and staff located at the Center and Satellite Stations research problems facing South Texas including agricultural economics, animal science, crop physiology, digital agriculture, entomology, family and consumer health, forage agronomy, mariculture, rangeland management, soil and crop sciences, and youth development. With a vast network of 18 county Extension offices and some 50 professional educators, spanning from Corpus Christi to Brenham, the science-based programs, tools and resources provided by AgriLife Extension are available to every resident in our district.
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