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ENRI-007   ENRI-007: Potential Causes of the Texas Quail Decline
ENTO-001   ENTO-001: Texas Pest Ant Identification: An Illustrated Key to Common Pest Ants and Fire Ant Species
ENTO-002   ENTO-002: Welcome to Texas: Avoiding the Sting of Fire Ants
ENTO-003   ENTO-003: Living on the Edge: Managing Imported Fire Ants in West Texas
ENTO-004   ENTO-004: Diagnosing and Treating Animals for Red Imported Fire Ant Injury
ENTO-005   ENTO-005: Medical Problems and Treatment Considerations for the Red Imported Fire Ant
ENTO-006   ENTO-006: Flooding and Fire Ants: Protecting Yourself and Your Family
ENTO-007   ENTO-007: Survey-Based Management of Red Imported Fire Ants
ENTO-008   ENTO-008: Potential Biological Control Agents for the Red Imported Fire Ant
ENTO-009   ENTO-009: Natural, Organic, and Alternative Methods for Imported Fire Ant Management
ENTO-010   ENTO-010: Red Imported Fire Ants May Find Some Landscape Design Elements Unattractive
ENTO-011   ENTO-011: How to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate a Spot-Eradication Program for Imported Fire Ants
ENTO-012   ENTO-012: Broadcasting Ant Bait Products in Rough Terrain or by People with Limited Mobility
ENTO-013   ENTO-013: Calculating Areas for Pesticide Treatment Around the Home
ENTO-014   ENTO-014: Fire Ant Control Methods Around Pets
ENTO-015   ENTO-015: Managing Fire Ants in Vegetable Gardens
ENTO-016   ENTO-016: Managing Fire Ants in Butterfly Gardens
ENTO-017   ENTO-017: Fire Ants and the Texas IPM in Schools Program
ENTO-018   ENTO-018: Fire Ant Management Options for Golf Courses
ENTO-019   ENTO-019: Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Wildlife Areas
ENTO-020   ENTO-020: Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Electrical Equipment and Utility Housings
ENTO-021   ENTO-021: Red Imported Fire Ant Considerations for Beekeepers
ENTO-022   ENTO-022: Red Imported Fire Ants: A Threat to Nursing Homes and Day Care Centers
ENTO-023   ENTO-023: Protecting Penned Animals from Fire Ants
ENTO-024   ENTO-024: Red Imported Fire Ant Control Around Bodies of Water
ENTO-025   ENTO-025: Community-Wide Fire Ant Management Kit
ENTO-026   ENTO-026: Considerations for the Development of Community-Wide Red Imported Fire Ant Management Programs
ENTO-027   ENTO-027: Texas Imported Fire Ant Research and Managament Project Covenant Not to Sue and Agreement to Hold Harmless
ENTO-028   ENTO-028: Collecting and Maintaining Colonies of Red Imported Fire Ants for Study
ENTO-029   ENTO-029: Imported Fire Ant Model
ENTO-030   ENTO-030: How to Select, Apply, and Develop Insecticides for Imported Fire Ant Control
ENTO-031   ENTO-031: Estimated Amounts of Insecticide Ingredients Used for Imported Fire Ant Control Using Various Treatment Approaches
ENTO-032   ENTO-032: Controlling Pests in Animal Shelters
ENTO-032S   ENTO-032S: Control de plagas en los refugios de animales
ENTO-033   ENTO-033: How to Select a Bedbug Control Provider
ENTO-034   ENTO-034: Fire Ant Control The Two-Step Method and Other Approaches
ENTO-035   ENTO-035: The Sugarcane Aphid: Management Guidelines for Grain and Forage Sorghum in Texas
ENTO-036   ENTO-036: Texas Mosquito Management Manual
ENTO-037   ENTO-037: Cockroach Biology and Management
ENTO-038   ENTO-038: Bat Control in Schools
ENTO-038S   ENTO-038S: Control de murciélagos en escuelas
ENTO-039   ENTO-039: Insecticide-Impregnated Ear Tags for Cattle
ENTO-040   ENTO-040: Mosquitos and the Diseases They Transmit
ENTO-040S   ENTO-040S: Los mosquitos y las enfermedades que transmiten (Spanish)
ENTO-041   ENTO-041: Walnut Caterpillars
ENTO-042   ENTO-042: Fall Webworm
ENTO-043   ENTO-043: Scouting Sugarcane Aphids in South, Central, and West Texas
ENTO-043S   ENTO-043S: Monitoreo del Pulgón Amarillo en Sorgo en el Sur, Centro, y Oeste de Texas
ENTO-044   ENTO-044: Mexican Honey Wasps
ENTO-045   ENTO-045: Managing Soybean Insects
ENTO-047   ENTO-047: Texas High Plains Sugarcane Aphid Management Guide 2016
ENTO-048   ENTO-048: Managing Insect and Mite Pests of Commercial Pecans in Texas
ENTO-049   ENTO-049: Managing Insect and Mite Pests of Texas Corn
ENTO-050   ENTO-050: Indoor Flies and Their Control
ENTO-052   ENTO-052: What Texans Need to Know About Zika Virus
ENTO-052S   ENTO-052S: Lo que los tejanos deben saber sobre EL VIRUS DEL ZIKA
ENTO-053   ENTO-053: Zika Precautions for Women
ENTO-053S   ENTO-053S: Precauciones contra el Zika para mujeres
ENTO-054   ENTO-054: Do-It-Yourself Backyard Mosquito Control
ENTO-055   ENTO-055: Buzz Off! Four Ways to Prevent Mosquito Bites
ENTO-055S   ENTO-055S: ¡LÁRGUENSE! 4 maneras de evitar las picaduras de mosquitos
ENTO-056   ENTO-056: Sugar Cane Aphid: A New Sorghum Pest in North America
ENTO-060   ENTO-060: Tawny Crazy Ants: A Texas-Size Problem
ENTO-061   ENTO-061: Recognizing Green List Products for Texas Schools
ENTO-064   ENTO-064: Managing Insect and Mite Pests of Texas Forage Crops
ENTO-065   ENTO-065: Cattle Fever Ticks
ENTO-066   ENTO-066: Cattle Fever Ticks: Answers to Common Questions
ENTO-067   ENTO-067: Bt Cotton
ENTO-068   ENTO-068: Wireworms
ENTO-069   ENTO-069: Thrips
ENTO-072   ENTO-072: Sugarcane Aphid Identification
ENTO-072S   ENTO-072S: Cómo identificar pulgones amarillos
ENTO-073   ENTO-073: Cotton Fleahoppers
ENTO-074   ENTO-074: Cotton Aphid
ENTO-075   ENTO-075: Managing Cotton Insects in Texas
ENTO-076   ENTO-076: Fight the Bite! Protect Yourself from Mosquitoes after a Flood
ENTO-076S   ENTO-076S: ¡Luche contra las picaduras!
ENTO-077   ENTO-077: Mosquito Control after a Flood
ENTO-077S   ENTO-077S: Control de mosquitos después de una inundación
ENTO-078   ENTO-078: Mosquito Problems after a Storm
ENTO-078S   ENTO-078S: Mosquito Problems after a Storm - Spanish
ENTO-079   ENTO-079: Human Lice
ENTO-080   ENTO-080: Honey Bees In and Around Building
ENTO-082   ENTO-082: Pillbugs
ENTO-083   ENTO-083: Pecan Pests in the Home Orchard
ENTO-084   ENTO-084: Managing Insect and Mite Pests of Texas Small Grains
ENTO-085   ENTO-085: Managing Insect and Mite Pest of Texas Sorghum (formerly B-1220)
ENTO-086   ENTO-086: Pantry and Fabric Pests in the Home
ENTO-087   ENTO-087: Insect and Disease Pests of Peaches, Plums and Blackberries in a Small Fruit Orchard
ENTO-089   ENTO-089: Controlling the Pecan Weevil
ENTO-090   ENTO-090: 2019 Insect and Mite Pests Control Suggestion for Cotton
ENTO-091   ENTO-091: Natural Enemies of the Sugarcane APHID on Sorghum in South Texas
EOD-001   EOD-001: Result Demonstration: A Method That Works
EPLP-001   EPLP-001: Plum Pox Virus: A Threat to Texas?
EPLP-002   EPLP-002: Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits
EPLP-003   EPLP-003: Brown Rot of Stone Fruits
EPLP-004   EPLP-004: Peach Latent Mosaic Viroid
EPLP-005   EPLP-005: Peach Stunt Disease and Associated Diseases of Peach
EPLP-006   EPLP-006: Bacterial Spot on Stone Fruit
EPLP-007   EPLP-007: European Stone Fruit Yellows
EPLP-008   EPLP-008: Peach Scab
EPLP-009   EPLP-009: Phony Peach Disease
EPLP-010   EPLP-010: Rose Rosette Disease: Demystified
EPLP-011   EPLP-011: Basil Downy Mildew
EPLP-012   EPLP-012: Date Palm Lethal Decline in Texas Landscapes
EPLP-013   EPLP-013: Rose Anthracnose
EPLP-014   EPLP-014: Black Spot of Roses
EPLP-015   EPLP-015: Botrytis Blight of Roses
EPLP-016   EPLP-016: Cercospora Leaf Spot of Roses
EPLP-017   EPLP-017: Crown Gall of Roses
EPLP-018   EPLP-018: Downy Mildew of Roses
EPLP-019   EPLP-019: Fasciation
EPLP-020   EPLP-020: Phytophthora of Roses
EPLP-021   EPLP-021: Powdery Mildew of Roses
EPLP-022   EPLP-022: Rose Rosette Virus
EPLP-023   EPLP-023: Rose Rust
EPLP-024   EPLP-024: Sooty Mold
EPLP-025   EPLP-025: Verticillium Wilt
EPLP-026   EPLP-026: Xanthomonas Leaf Spot
EPLP-027   EPLP-027: Mosaic Virus of Roses
EPLP-028   EPLP-028: Alternaria Leaf Blight of Carrots
EPLP-029   EPLP-029: Fire Blight of Ornamental Pears
EPLP-030   EPLP-030: Hypoxylon Canker of Oaks
EPLP-031   EPLP-031: Powdery Mildew on Crape Myrtles
EPLP-032   EPLP-032: Citrus Canker
EPLP-033   EPLP-033: Rapid Decline of Post Oaks in Texas
EPLP-034   EPLP-034: Grapevine Trunk Disease
EPLP-038   EPLP-038: Diseases of Italian Cypress and Related Species in Texas
EPLP-039   EPLP-039: Recognizing and Diagnosing Pierce's Disease of Grapes in Texas
EPLP-040   EPLP-040: Management Strategies for Cotton Root Rot Disease in Texas Winegrapes
EPLP-041   EPLP-041: Virus Disease Guide in Grapes
EPLP-042   EPLP-042: Fusarium Wilt Race 4 Cotton Disease In Texas
EPLP-043   EPLP-043: Phytophthora
EPLP-044   EPLP-044: Citrus Greening
EPLP-047   EPLP-047: Fall Clean-Up for Home Gardeners
EPLP-048   EPLP-048: Anthracnose of Spinach
EPS-001   EPS-001: Incubating and Hatching Eggs
EPS-002   EPS-002: Egg to Chick: Classroom Experiments
EPS-003   EPS-003: Hatching Eggs in the Classroom: Tips for a Successful Hatch
EPS-005   EPS-005: In-House Windrow Composting of Poultry Litter
EPS-006   EPS-006: Avian Influenza and Biosecurity Practices
EPS-006S   EPS-006S: Gripe aviar y prácticas de bioseguridad
EPS-010   EPS-010: Selecting Laying Breeds for Backyard Poultry
EPS-011   EPS-011: Common External Parasites in Backyard Poultry
EPS-012   EPS-012: How to Produce Broilers and Roasters for Show
EPS-013   EPS-013: Making Embryo Sets
EPS-014   EPS-014: Making Your Own Incubator
EPS-015   EPS-015: Incubating A Chicken Embryo Outside the Egg
EPS-016   EPS-016: How to Make an Egg Candler
EPS-017   EPS-017: Egg to Chick Project Checklist
EPS-018   EPS-018: Making a Brooder for Newly Hatched Chicks
EPS-019   EPS-019: Basic Feeding Plan for Market Poultry
EPS-020   EPS-020: Question and Answers about Poultry and Salmonella
EPS-5.145   EPS-5.145: Producing Turkeys for Show
EPS-5.250   EPS-5.250: The Small Laying Flock
ER-002   ER-002: Disinfecting Water after a Disaster
ER-002S   ER-002S: Desinfección del agua luego de un desastre
ER-003   ER-003: Caring for Important Papers after a Flood
ER-003S   ER-003S: El cuidado de documentos importantes dañados durante una inundación
ER-004   ER-004: Disinfecting Water Wells by Shock Chlorination
ER-004S   ER-004S: Desinfección de pozos de agua por hipercloración
ER-005   ER-005: Removing Odors from Refrigerators and Freezers after Food has Spoiled
ER-006   ER-006: Cooking When the Power Goes Off
ER-006S   ER-006S: Cómo cocinar cuando se ha cortado la energía
ER-008   ER-008: Helping Children Cope with Disaster
ER-008S   ER-008S: Cómo ayudar a los niños a sobrellevar un desastre
ER-010   ER-010: Controlling Mold Growth after the Storm
ER-010S   ER-010S: Control del crecimiento de moho luego de una tormenta
ER-011   ER-011: Decontaminating Flooded Wells
ER-011S   ER-011S: Descontaminación de pozos inundados
ER-012S   ER-012S: Cómo elegir y utilizar repelentes para insectos
ER-015   ER-015: Clearing Debris from Land
ER-015S   ER-015S: Remoción de escombros en terrenos
ER-016   ER-016: Returning Home After a Disaster: Supply List
ER-016S   ER-016S: Regreso al hogar luego de un desastre: Lista de provisiones
ER-017   ER-017: Handling Food and Supplies during Power Loss
ER-018   ER-018: Stress in Adults after a Disaster: Warning Signs and Management
ER-018S   ER-018S: Estrés en adultos luego de un desastre: Señas y tratamiento
ER-019   ER-019: After a Disaster: Recovery Safety Tips
ER-019S   ER-019S:Después de un desastre: Consejos de seguridad en la etapa de recuperación
ER-020   ER-020: Health and Hygiene in Evacuation Centers
ER-020S   ER-020S: Salud e higiene en centros de evacuación
ER-022   ER-022: Resources for Pet, Poultry and Livestock Owners Affected by Natural Disasters
ER-023   ER-023: Handling Food and Drinks when Losing Power
ER-023S   ER-023S: Manejo de alimentos y bebidas cuando se corta la energía
ER-024   ER-024: Obtaining Disaster Assistance
ER-024S   ER-024S: Obtención de asistencia ante un desastre
ER-025   ER-025: Controlling Houseflies
ER-025S   ER-025S: Control de moscas domésticas
ER-026   ER-026: Controlling Blow Flies
ER-026S   ER-026S: Control de moscardas
ER-027   ER-027: Selecting Mold Remediation Contractors
ER-027S   ER-027S: Selección de contratistas para la eliminación de moho
ER-028   ER-028: What Governmental Agencies Should Look for in a Mosquito Abatement Company
ER-029   ER-029: After the Disaster: Considerations for Older Adults
ER-029S   ER-029S: Después de un desastre – consideraciones para ancianos
ER-030   ER-030: Water is Vital--Especially after a Disaster
ER-030S   ER-030S: El agua es vital – especialmente después de un desastre
ER-031   ER-031: Obtaining Disaster Assistance for Public Infrastructure
ER-031S   ER-031S: Obtención de asistencia en caso de desastres para la infraestructura pública

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