2015 Texas Fruit Conference Program Schedule

Presentation times could change, but content should include the following: Monday Afternoon October 5th, 2015 College Station Hilton & Conference Center 12:00-1:00 pm On-Site Registration 1:00-4:30 Opening Session 1:00   The Fruit Orchard Foundation: Site-Soil-Water Dr. George Ray McEachern, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 1:30   Open Center Peach Tree Training & Pruning Mr. … […]

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2014 Texas Fruit Conference Program, October 6-7

Make plans to attend the 3rd annual Texas Fruit Conference, October 6th & 7th, Hilton Garden Inn, College Station, Texas What is it? The Texas Fruit Conference is an educational program by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, aimed at bringing together commercial and recreational fruit growers from around the state to hear and discuss the challenges … […]

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Citrus

Julian W. Sauls Extension Horticulturist Commercial citrus production in Texas is mostly limited to the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Small plantings that formerly existed near Beaumont, Orange, Houston, Beeville, Falfurrias and Carrizo Springs have mostly disappeared because of economics and recurring freezes. Nonetheless, many Texas residents want citrus trees in the home landscape to enjoy … […]

Fruit and Nut Production

Fruit and Nut Fact Sheets New TAMU Peach and Nectarines Varieties Texas Stone Fruit Testing Program 2019 New Stone Fruit Cultivars Peach Testing Program – 2019 – Order Form Zest Peaches White Delight Nectarines Flat Delight Peaches Smooth Texas Nectarines Smooth Delight Nectarines Smooth Zest Nectarines Tropical Peaches Other Resources Texas Winegrapes Patio Citrus Texas … […]