100 years and counting as ag research continues

He said collaboration with scientists at Texas Tech will help evaluate the fruit. “We may look at producing a small quantity of wine.”

Written by: Jessica Behnham

After 100 years of contributions to agriculture, no one at the Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Lubbock is contemplating resting on any laurels.

The work goes on.

Participants in the center’s Centennial Celebration got a snapshot tour of some of the work that could revolutionize High Plains agriculture for the next few decades.

Randy Boman, Extension cotton agronomist, says success at the center is the result of “a lot of disciplines helping producers do their jobs.”

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