The publications listed below relate to the Texas A&M Rose Breeding Program
Texas A&M System recognizes AgriLife Research patents, innovators. April 26, 2022. Read the article here.
AgriLife Research collaboration could be “game-changer” for polyploid breeders. Oct. 22, 2020. Read the article here.
National Experts Convene Texas Rose Rosette Conference. Nov. 3, 2016. Read the article here.
Radio interview with Robert Ritcher for his radio show Gardening Success.
Nation’s researchers team up to improve, protect roses, September 3, 2015. Read the article here.
Combating national rose rosette disease crisis focus of Texas study. Story written by Kathleen Phillips. October, 2014. Read the article here.
Texas roses must be ‘on’ year round to make the cut. Written by Kathleen Phillips, November, 2014. Read the article here.
Radio interview on Agronomically Speaking with Barbara Stolz. The Moore roses and the rose breeding program at Texas A&M University. November 20, 2014
A rose lures a nose: from Pakistan to Texas. Article prepared by Kathleen Phillips. March, 2013. David Byrne. Read via Agrilife Today.
Rose study yields results, friendship for U.S., Pakistani researchers. Article prepared by Kathleen Phillips. July, 2013. David Byrne. Read the article here.
Rose researcher seeks public input to sniff out best traits. Article prepared by Kathleen Phillips. November, 2012. David Byrne. Read the article here.
Rose torture: severe heat in Texas yields better varieties for research. Article and video prepared by Kathleen Phillips. December, 2011. David Byrne. This press release generated articles in the major gardening magazines as well as an interview on television at the local television station. Read the article here.
Well-adapted and gorgeous, roses vie for top billing in Texas breeding program. Article and video prepared by Kathleen Phillips. November 17, 2010. David Byrne. Read the article here.