In doing research, make the library and the library web page your primary source of information. For books, use the library online catalog and online books. For articles, use the online periodical indexes and full-text journal articles available via EBSCOhost and FirstSearch. While other web pages on the Internet may contain valuable information, it is always important to critically evaluate the source of any information found on the web.
Agricola - (AGRICultural OnLine Access) is a bibliographic database of citations to the agricultural literature created by the National Agricultural Library and its cooperators.
@griculture Online - Agriculture news, discussion and information.
Farm Bureau News - A free service sponsored by the American Farm Bureau Association that offers daily updates on issues relating to farming and farm related public policy and legislation.
Farmland Information Library - farmland protection and land use resources.
National Agricultural Library - A major international source for agriculture and related information. Provides access to NAL's many resources and a gateway to its associated institutions.
PLANTanswers - Developed by A&M plant specialist, this site as archive of questions and answers with a direct e-mail link to the horticulture experts.
Texas Department of Agriculture
University of Nebraska Publication Catalog - A giant database of agriculture-related on-line publications produced by the extension service at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
USDA's Home Page - USDA news releases, ag events/speakers, 1998 budget summary, speeches, disaster assistance, 1996 farm bill, agency latest reports, home gardening, civil rights, weather, and publications.
Vascular Plant Types Database - produced by The New York Botanical Garden
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