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Texas Panhandle Range

Texas Panhandle Range
Panhandle Range topography map (left) and cotton growing with various water stress levels at AgriLife's Halfway Station in Plainview, Texas (right)

The Texas Panhandle Range is the largest of the LSUASC ranges in Texas with 54,200 NMof airspace, and encompasses the Texas Panhandle region. Airspace goes up to altitudes of 400 feet over acres of agricultural farmland and cattle ranches. 

The range is primarily utilized for unmanned research at Texas Tech University, AgriLife's High Plains project, and other phenotyping and precision agriculture research.

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