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Poster sessions always attract interest at the TPPA annual conferences
<p> Poster sessions always attract interest at the TPPA annual conferences.</p>

Dec. 10-11, TPPA celebrates 25 years

Annual TPPA Conference will take a look back at 25 years Dec. 10-11 at the Brazos Center in Bryan.

The Texas Plant Protection Association reaches a significant milestone this December. The association of industry, Extension and Research leaders celebrates its 25th year Dec. 10-11 with its annual conference at the Brazos Center in Bryan.

For a quarter of a century, the association’s annual conference has featured presentations from throughout the agricultural industry addressing timely topics, said Dr. Seth Murray, association president and Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist, College Station.

“It’s everybody coming to the table from the public and private sector, meeting to discuss the latest research and information pertaining to all aspects of agriculture,” Murray said.

The Annual TPPA Conference will look back on the last 25 years and ahead to what agriculture can expect in the future.

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