Rural Lifestyle

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Mississippi : State’s rural lands offer hidden values

Mississippi is fortunate to have thousands of acres that are poetically “unpeopled and still.” Those portions of our state are prime locations for...
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Move tender container plants inside for winter

Louisiana gardeners often use containers of tender tropical plants on decks, patios and porches and in courtyards to provide color and beauty through ...
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Nov. 16 workshop set to help keep forest, ag or recreational lands in the family tree

The issues surrounding inheritance can be difficult to discuss with family, but a Nov. 16 workshop will help provide the communication skills needed t...
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USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Accepting 2019 EQIP Applications

Farmers and landowners in Arkansas have until Nov. 2, 2018, to submit applications to receive financial assistance to implement conservation activitie...
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Make safety this year’s No. 1 hunting priority

Safety is a key aspect of having a successful and enjoyable hunt this season and for many more to come. As always, deer hunters should wear the approp...
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Lacy Smith named Miss Arkansas Rice

Lacy Smith of Ward, Miss Lonoke County Rice, was named 2018-19 Miss Arkansas Rice on Saturday at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock. Smith, 18,  is t...
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Better bass fishing results from LSU AgCenter research

Researchers at the LSU AgCenter are looking at ways to make bass fishing an even more fun experience. For the past several decades, William Kelso, pr...
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Knowing fertilizers and soil testing is important

A common misconception is that the type of fertilizer you choose to use is based strictly on the type of plant you are growing. In other words, each t...
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Tailgating food safety rules

When football season cranks up, so does the tailgating.     Tailgating is a big deal. More than 34 million people attended a college footbal...
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Hunters’ actions today protect tomorrow’s deer

Mississippi hunters will be on the front lines of the battle to protect deer from spreading a deadly disease throughout their herds.     Las...