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Vet School Open House Don Kelly Research Collection Parents' Weekend Aggie Muster: April 21

Vet School Open House

Learn what veterinary medicine is all about with fun activities like teddy bear surgery, hospital tours, photos with Reveille, and more on April 25.

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Don Kelly Research Collection

The Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture features more than 8,000 items, including a wealth of significant and unique research materials.

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Parents' Weekend

Take a trip to Aggieland and join us as we welcome Aggie parents to campus for a weekend full of fun events April 17-19.

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Aggie Muster: April 21

Texas A&M holds Aggie Muster, a time-honored celebration of Aggies who have served and set the stage for the university's current and future success.

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How to Grow Your Own Fruit

Event Type
Seminar
Date
Saturday, October 19, 2013
Time
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Description
Learn the basics of sustainable fruit production: site selection; site preparation; variety selection, and the specific needs of various fruit crops including citrus, olives, pomegranates and jujubes. Mr. Monte Nesbitt, Program Specialist –Pecans/Fruit/Citrus at Texas A&M University, will help you understand how fruit crops respond to our ever-changing weather conditions in Central Texas. Tips will be given on how to enhance sustainable production using Earth Kind principles with conventional crops such as peaches and berries. Explore newly emerging fruit choices that can be grown with minimal inputs.
Location
Sponsor
Department of Horticultural Science
Contact
(512) 854-9600
Additional Information
Registration is required $25 per attendee for early registration, $35 after 10/5. Register at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/TravisCounty or call (979)845-2604.
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