COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Members of the Texas A&M University Agronomy Club have planted a cornfield maze to challenge the public's agility when it comes to crops.

The Eagle (http://bit.ly/1Wt8b40 ) newspaper reports the maze, not far from the Kyle Field football complex, opens Oct. 10.

Aggie students, for two months, have cultivated and managed the corn maze as an autumn attraction. The school logo is at the center of the grid.

The maze is on a research plot owned by the A&M Soil and Crop Sciences Department.

The club president, David Cottrell, says the maze has a mile of pathways. The senior agronomy major says the public is invited to check out the maze, take pictures and learn more about science.

The cost is $5 per person.