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Texas AgriLifeWhen it comes to rainfall and the subsequent soil moisture that fuels agricultural production, the state is made up of haves and havenots, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.Larry Stein, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension horticulturist in the Texas A&M Department of Horticultural Sciences, Uvalde, and Jourdan Bell, Ph.D., Amarillo, and Ronnie Schnell, Ph.D., Bryan-College Station, both AgriLife Extension agronomists in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, gave mixed reports on soil moisture levels around the state.More than half the state, especially east of U.S. Interstate 35, is free from any level of drought, according to the most ...

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