Monday, November 24, 2014

Poinsettia Sale Thurs. Dec. 4th:

Poinsettia Sale
*     Large Flowering Red Poinsettias
*     High-quality, Aggie-grown
*    Thursday, Dec. 4
*     9:00 until 12:00 Noon or Until Supplies Last
How Much:
*     $10 Cash and Carry
*    Or Hand Decorated $15-$20
*     Cash or Check Only
*     Greenhouse West of Howdy Farm

Friday, November 14, 2014

Nov. 20th Hort Seminar with Dr. Hays:

Department of Horticultural Sciences announces Nov. 20th seminar:

“Molecular and Physiological Breeding to Improve Adaptation
to Climate Change and Food Product Functionality and
Nutrition in Wheat, Sorghum and Cowpea”

Presented by Dr. Dirk B. Hays, Professor, Chair MEPS, Department of Soil & Crop
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. in HFSB Room 104
**Refreshments provided by HGC, 3:45 p.m., before Seminar

SAIFD Holiday Wreath Fundraising Sale:

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Hort Grad Council Hosts next Brown Bag Lunch Thurs 11/13:

Due to the last Thursday of the month being Thanksgiving, we will be holding the November Brown Bag this Thursday, November 13 at noon. Brown Bag will be held in the second floor conference room and is an opportunity for open forum discussion following our presentations. Beverages will be provided, but please bring your own brown bag lunch.

This month we will have two 15 minute presenters, Mandy Yan and Sharon Liang, talking on "Next generation sequencing (NGS) technology for Rosa spp." and "Changes of Flower Size and Number under Heat Stress in Rose (Rosa x hybrida)", respectively.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Southern Botanical seeks Intern:

Southern BotanicalDetails on Aggies for Hire.

Scotts Lawn Service Internship open to TAMU COALS students:

View position details here.
Paid Internship at a competitive hourly rate. Housing stipend will be provided for Texas A&M students while participating in the internship in Marysville, OH

Hort Seminar with Dr. Lombardini on World Coffee Research, Th. 11/6:

“World Coffee Research: Sustaining the Coffee Supply Chain Through Collaborative Research Efforts”
Presented by:  Dr. Leo Lombardini Associate Professor, Department of Horticultural Sciences & Deputy Director, World Coffee Research Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture Texas A&M University
 College Station, TX