Statewide Peanut Program Update

December 2022 | 49 mins., 14 sec.
by Emi Kimura
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

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​This presentation discusses the Texas Peanut Research and Extension program. Specific topics include cultivar testing, introduction of the “diesel nut” project, pest control, and organic peanut production. 

About the Presenter

Emi KimuraEmi Kimura is an associate professor, Extension agronomist, and state Extension peanut specialist at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Vernon. She obtained her BS in botany and MS in agronomy at the University of Wyoming and her PhD in agronomy at Washington State University. Since joining Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in 2015, Dr. Kimura’s program has focused on developing environmentally and economically sustainable crop production in dryland cropping system in the Texas Rolling Plains through applied research, education, and outreach efforts. Primary crops include peanut, cotton, wheat, forage, oil seeds, and alternative crops.

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