Asian vegetables grown during trial at local Texas A&M AgriLife facility donated to East Texas Food Bank

The future of local farmers markets and produce sections could include a lot more bok choy, red mustard greens and other Asian vegetables.

Last month it was announced that the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service have teamed up for a yearlong trial to examine the feasibility and possible benefits of growing Asian vegetables in Texas. The trial is being held at four AgriLife facilities across the state.
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