USDA Approves Texas State Hemp Plan“This is a victory for Texas farmers," Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said in a statement.
Demand For Hemp, CBD Oil Could Lead To Christmas Tree ShortageNorth Texans are starting to think about purchasing that Christmas tree, but those who sell them say don't think about it too long.
Weather 101: Drought, Rain And The Impact On Pecan CropsToo dry in the spring and summer and too wet in the fall to harvest -- that was the life of a Texas pecan grower this past season.
Appeals Court Tells EPA To Stop Sales Of Harmful PesticideA federal appeals court has ruled that the Trump administration endangered public health by keeping a widely used pesticide on the market.
EPA Rollbacks Already Touching Americans' LivesIn all, the Trump administration has targeted at least 45 environmental rules, including 25 at EPA, according to a rollback tracker by Harvard Law School's energy and environment program.
Despite Drought, Wet Weather Taking A Toll On Texas Farmers & CropsThe recent ice and snow storms and rains -- not the drought -- have kept farmer John Paul Dineen from planting his largest cash crop: corn. Dineen will readily admit, his fields are a mess filled with weeds and mud.
North Texas Farmers "Overjoyed" With This Year's Peach CropOn the O’Bannon farm in Weatherford peach season is in high gear. Jean and John O’Bannon can’t help but feel overjoyed. The few nuisance issues they've had this year are actually good ones to have. Last year the crop was the pits thanks to a late freeze.
North Texas Farmers Protect Against FreezeCold temperatures that were damaging for North Texas farmers in April could be even more devastating in May. Some of the crops are already too tall to cover.
Texas Awards $60K In Contest To Kill Feral HogsState agriculture officials say more than 7,150 feral hogs were killed as part of a competition to curb their numbers and limit the hundreds of millions of dollars in damage caused to crops and ranchland every year.
Texas Drought Hurting Farmers & EconomiesThe Texas drought is having a big impact on the people who grow the food we eat. Crop losses across the state have not only hurt farmers but also had a negative ripple effect far beyond the farm.
Storms Not Enough To Help Texas DroughtStorms that swept through Texas on Monday did little to relieve a drought that now covers over 40 percent of the state.