2014 Texas Plant Protection Conference to focus on future water use

Oct. 10, 2014

BRYAN, Texas — The 26th Annual Texas Plant Protection Conference will take place Dec. 10-11, at the Brazos Center Future in Bryan, Texas.

BRYAN, Texas — The 26th Annual Texas Plant Protection Conference, scheduled Dec. 10-11, at the Brazos Center Future in Bryan, Texas, will focus on the future use of water and its impact on agriculture, according to a press release.

Dr. Travis Miller, interim director for state operations with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, will be one of the featured speakers during the opening general session on Dec. 10, stated the release.

The release reported that presentations during the general session will focus on water conservation, comparative irrigation methods, agricultural innovations from the industry in dealing with climate change, and more.

“Water availability is paramount for agricultural production and certainly is of utmost concern to everyone in Texas,” said Ray Smith, Texas Plant Protection Association chairman. “This conference will feature several presentations from leading experts across the state.”

You can find more information on the 2014 Texas Plant Protection Conference here.

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