Texas Register, Volume 3, Number 84, Pages 3939-3966, November 10, 1978 Page: 3,940
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3940 .THE ISSUE
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Volume 3, Number 84, November 10, 1978
In 1973, a governor's proclamation named eight counties in the
state whih were infested with a fever-carrying tick. The
Texas Anal Health Commission was authorized to set bound-
ary lines in the counties which would establish areas for
systematic tick eradication. All cattle, horses, mules, jacks,
and jennets within the territories were quarantined; permission
from the state agency was required before animals under
quarantine could be moved from the boundaries. In this issue,
the commission is proposing to amend descriptions of the
boundary line in Val Verde, Maverick, Webb, Zapata, and
To comply with requirements of the Federal Seed Act, the
Texas Department of Agriculture has adopted an amendment to
seed certification standards set by the State Seed and Plant
Board. The department's Seed Division is responsible for in-
specting seed from certain crops for purity and genetic iden-
tity before the seed crops may be certified. The rule setting
fees for inspection of seed crops has beon amended to add a
new seed crop, a type of agrotricum which is a cross between
wheat and wheatgrass. The agrotricum will be grown to pro-
duce seed chiefly for sale to northern states, where the crop is
used as pasture forage.
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Bill Lalla, Director
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