Cary Sims

Late for My First Frost

I have not seen a frost yet this year. And even though I was out of town during a cold spell just before Thanksgiving,...

Lady Beetles Beginning to Overwinter Inside

I saw one earlier this week. Then a few more as of this writing. The Asian lady beetles are making their annual move into...

Time to Cut Back

As winter approaches, the days get shorter.  As the days get shorter, we are cut back on the number of daylight hours we have...

Regulations and Certifications for Agricultural Production

As daunting as many perceive entry into an agricultural business to be, there are generally several entry-friendly options for small agricultural producers. Go to...

Pumpkins – the decoration that remains a vegetable and doesn’t have to be a methane contributor

There has been a recent wave of news articles complaining that pumpkins will cause methane in the landfill. The claim is that all the...

Fall chores in the landscape

While we have been teased by some cool mornings and have the promise of more cool mornings in days to come, are you taking...

Planning for fruit trees in the home landscape

Homeowners that are thinking about adding fruit trees to their home landscape need to first start by taking an honest look at their site....

Home Grown Fruit Seminar Set for Tuesday, Sept 21

An evening seminar covering the how-to’s of home fruit production will be held at the Angelina County Extension Office this Tuesday, September 21 starting...

Fruit and Vegetable Training offered virtually for 2nd year

The East Texas Fruit and Vegetable Virtual Conference will be held on the morning of Thursday, Oct 7. While this annual event has been...

Not “Murder Hornets” but Cicada Killers

It recently happened again. One of the Asian giant hornet’s nests was featured on the national news in the upper northwest part of our...

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Cary Sims is the County Extension Agent for agriculture and natural resources for Angelina County. His email address is cw-sims@tamu.edu Educational programs of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, or national origin.
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