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Firsts In Flight In The Skies Of Texas

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This week, we’re looking back at some firsts in Texas aviation:
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Stuffed Bell Peppers

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A classic farm-to-table recipe
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Trading With Cuba: Island nation’s farmers attuned to the possibilities of doing business with ‘The Big Country’

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Jorge Arias with the biotechnology company Alltech recently visited Cuba to help the company understand the agriculture systems there and see what business opportunities the country might offer. He spoke at “One: The Alltech Ideas Conference” in Louisville last month about what he found.
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Drones Over The Blacklands: Stiles Farm Filed Day attendees treated to UAV demos on the same day FAA publishes rules for commercial use

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On the same day the Federal Aviation Administration officially published new rules governing the commercial use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs, or drones,) producers at the annual Stiles Farm Field Day near Thrall saw an up-close demonstration of the new technology and heard from Texas AgriLife Research engineers about present and possible future uses for agriculture.

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The Wild Side of Life

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A.P. Carter, patriarch of the Carter Family, the first family of country music, spent much of his adult life combing the hills and hollers of the Blue Ridge Mountains and beyond for songs. Many of the songs he found are among the classics that took the music he cherished out of those hills and hollers to the wider world beyond.
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Baked Apples

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A warm holiday fruit delight
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Homemade Caramel Apples

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Sweet and salty treats do the trick

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The Psyllid Trap: Latest tool in battle against citrus greening disease uses sound to combat gnat-size pests

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Since citrus greening disease showed up in this country in 2005 and in Texas seven years later, researchers have attacked the problem with a shotgun approach — everything from insecticides to genetic modification and a special bacterium. State and federal government, along with citrus growers, have spent about $200 million on various research projects over the last decade.
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Tractors And The People Who Love Them: Freelance writer finds gold in red tractors and combines

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Other than being a bona fide gearhead and having a farmer for a grandfather, Lee Klancher had no special connection to tractors when the editors at Motorbooks International asked him to write a book about Farmall tractors several years ago. But he was also a freelance writer who couldn’t afford to turn down a paying gig, so he took it on.
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