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What does TAES stand for?
TAES stands for Texas Agricultural Extension Service
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We have 13 other meanings of TAES in our Acronym Attic
- Telemetry Analog Equipment Room
- Time, Azimuth, Elevation, Range
- Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation
- Tactical Aircrew Eye Respiratory Protection System
- The Army Equipment Records System
- Time & Effort Reports
- Tactical Aeromedical Evacuation System
- Tansley Associates Environmental Sciences Inc. (Canada)
- Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station
- Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
- Theater Aeromedical Evacuation System
- Training and Employment Services (Glide Foundation; San Francisco, CA)
- Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (IEEE technical journal)
- Tumor-Associated Embryonic Substance
- Transportes Aereos Ejecutivos SA (Spanish: Air Transport Executives, SA; Mexico)
- Total Annihilation: Escalation (game)
- Terrain-Adjusted Effective Stack Height (solid waste management; Environmental Protection Agency)
- Texas Aero Engine Services, Ltd.
- Texas Adult Education Standards Project (Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning)
- Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Junior Master Gardener" is a service mark of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
Since 1973, members of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service and county extension agents, working with private individuals, have been investigating the commercial potential of stocking penaeids into western Texas ponds using saline groundwater sources (J.
Drought that has plagued Texas farmers and ranchers throughout 2000 has led to $595 million in agricultural losses, economists with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service report.
Anciso, a Texas Agricultural Extension Service entomologist at Edinburg, says pepper weevils often aren't discovered and sprayed soon enough to save a crop.
The Texas Agricultural Extension Service has predicted that the unfavorable weather conditions of 1989 will ultimately cost the state up to $3.