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Gig 'Em Week Undergraduate Convocation Fish Camp New Student Conferences

Gig 'Em Week

Gig 'Em Week is Texas A&M's official week of welcome, full of events and opportunities for new and returning students to become familiar or reacquainted with campus and the surrounding community.

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Undergraduate Convocation

Join us on Aug. 30 for Undergraduate Convocation, a ceremony designed to establish an academic connection between new undergraduates and the university.

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Fish Camp

Fish Camp welcomes incoming freshmen to Texas A&M each year with the purpose of giving them opportunities to have fun, make friends, and learn more about life at the university.

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New Student Conferences

Texas A&M welcomes incoming freshmen and transfer students at this summer's ongoing New Student Conferences.

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Understanding Soil and Soil Amendments

Event Type
Seminar
Date
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Time
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Description
Get to know your soil so you can improve its ability to retain moisture and improve plant growth. Your soil may be blocking vital elements your plants need to grow. Ascertain how and when to add missing elements to improve plant health and production. Learn the type of soil on your property and its corresponding strengths and weakness. (Bring a cup of your soil in a plastic bag and a glass jar with lid.) Discover changes you can make to improve the soil structure and water storage capacity. Organic matter, cover crops, soil microorganism and mulching will be discussed.
Location
Sponsor
Department of Horticultural Science
Contact
512-854-9600
Additional Information
This class is part of The Green Thumb series. Registration required at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu or by phone 979-845-2604. Keyword Search: Green Thumb. One class is $15, with price discounts for signing up for 3 or more classes at the same time. Class is limited to 40 people.
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