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Texas Laws | Agriculture Code

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AGRICULTURE CODE

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TITLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 2. STATE AGRICULTURAL POLICY

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TITLE 2. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

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CHAPTER 11. ADMINISTRATION

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CHAPTER 12. POWERS AND DUTIES

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CHAPTER 12A. GENERAL LICENSING PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 13. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

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CHAPTER 14. REGULATION OF PUBLIC GRAIN WAREHOUSE OPERATORS

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CHAPTER 14A. OTHER PUBLIC WAREHOUSE OPERATORS

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CHAPTER 15. FARMERS MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAMS

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CHAPTER 16. FUEL ETHANOL, RENEWABLE METHANE, BIODIESEL, AND RENEWABLE DIESEL PRODUCTION INCENTIVE PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 17. SALE AND REGULATION OF CERTAIN FUEL MIXTURES

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CHAPTER 18. CERTIFICATION AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT STANDARDS

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CHAPTER 19. CITRUS BUDWOOD AND CITRUS NURSERY STOCK CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

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CHAPTER 21. GRANT PROGRAM FOR DISTRIBUTION OF SURPLUS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

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CHAPTER 22. AGRICULTURAL BIOMASS AND LANDFILL DIVERSION

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CHAPTER 25. CHILDREN'S ACCESS TO NUTRITIOUS FOOD PROGRAM

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TITLE 3. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND PROMOTION

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CHAPTER 41. COMMODITY PRODUCERS BOARDS

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CHAPTER 42. FOOD AND FIBERS RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 43. COUNTY AND RAILWAY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT FARMS AND STATIONS AND COUNTY DEMONSTRATION WORK

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CHAPTER 44. AGRICULTURAL DIVERSIFICATION AND MICROENTERPRISE SUPPORT PROGRAMS

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CHAPTER 44A. URBAN FARM MICROENTERPRISE SUPPORT PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 45. TEXAS-ISRAEL EXCHANGE RESEARCH PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 46. "GO TEXAN" PARTNER PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 47. TEXAS OYSTER AND SHRIMP PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 48. AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS IN CERTAIN URBAN SCHOOLS

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CHAPTER 49. AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 50. AGRICULTURE AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 50A. TEXAS FOOD FOR HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL

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CHAPTER 50B. TEXAS WINE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT ACT

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CHAPTER 50C. TEXAS ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARD

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CHAPTER 50D. TEXAS BIOENERGY POLICY COUNCIL AND TEXAS BIOENERGY RESEARCH COMMITTEE

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TITLE 4. AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS

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CHAPTER 51. FARMERS' COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

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CHAPTER 52. COOPERATIVE MARKETING ASSOCIATIONS

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CHAPTER 54. MUTUAL LOAN CORPORATIONS

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CHAPTER 55. COOPERATIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS

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CHAPTER 56. AGRICULTURAL FINANCE CORPORATIONS

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CHAPTER 58. AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AUTHORITY

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CHAPTER 59. FARM AND RANCH FINANCE PROGRAM

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CHAPTER 60. TEXAS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT DISTRICTS

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TITLE 5. PRODUCTION, PROCESSING, AND SALE OF HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE A. SEED AND FERTILIZER

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SUBTITLE B. HORTICULTURAL DISEASES AND PESTS

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SUBTITLE C. GRADING, PACKING, AND INSPECTING HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE D. HANDLING AND MARKETING OF HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE E. PROCESSING AND SALE OF FIBER PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE G. WORKPLACE CHEMICALS

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SUBTITLE H. HORTICULTURAL LIENS

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TITLE 6. PRODUCTION, PROCESSING, AND SALE OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE A. BEES AND NONLIVESTOCK ANIMAL INDUSTRY

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SUBTITLE B. LIVESTOCK

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SUBTITLE C. CONTROL OF ANIMAL DISEASES AND PESTS

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SUBTITLE D. DAIRY PRODUCTS

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SUBTITLE E. LIENS ON ANIMAL PRODUCTS

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TITLE 7. SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION

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CHAPTER 201. SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION

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CHAPTER 203. WATER SUPPLY ENHANCEMENT

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TITLE 8. PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS

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CHAPTER 251. EFFECT OF NUISANCE ACTIONS AND GOVERNMENTAL REQUIREMENTS ON PREEXISTING AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS

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TITLE 9. WEATHER AND CLIMATE

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CHAPTER 301. WEATHER MODIFICATION AND CONTROL

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CHAPTER 302. WEATHER MODIFICATION AND CONTROL GRANT PROGRAM

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