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State benefits from MSU’s part in world conference (07-02-2015)
When university personnel visit another country, the purpose is often to teach, but a visit to the Netherlands allowed some Mississippi State University faculty to learn.

Row crops vary in response to weather pattern extremes (07-02-2015)
Producers of Mississippi’s four major row crops have managed heavy spring rains followed by extended windows of muggy but mostly dry June conditions with mixed results.

Not my roses! Keep deer out of the garden (07-02-2015)
White-tailed deer, avid plant browsers always eager for high-energy food, seem to enjoy the fruits of the gardener’s labor just as much!

Free child development screening comes to Summit (07-02-2015)
A team of early childhood specialists with the Early Years Network’s Special Needs program will conduct a free Developmental Screening Day on July 15 in Pike County.

Free child development screening comes to Delta (07-02-2015)
A team of early childhood specialists with the Early Years Network’s Special Needs program will conduct a free Developmental Screening Day on July 14 in Sunflower County.

Field days showcase soil moisture sensors (06-30-2015)
Row crop producers who irrigate their crops can learn the benefits of soil moisture sensors during two separate field days planned for July and August.

MSU dairy plant gets upgrade; customers urged to place cheese orders early (06-29-2015)
Recent upgrades to the Custer Dairy Processing Plant at Mississippi State University are helping ensure the next generation of Bulldogs can enjoy the same quality which MSU cheese connoisseurs have come to appreciate and expect.

Seed treatments lose punch against thrips (06-29-2015)
Seed treatments have minimized thrips damage for the last decade, but farmers and entomologists fear some pesticides may be losing their punch in protecting cotton.

MSU professor to lead national beef organization (06-29-2015)
Jane Parish, an Extension and research professor in the university’s North Mississippi Research and Extension Center, will lead the organization, which works to connect science and industry to improve beef cattle genetics.

Grateful flowers bloom after deadheading done (06-29-2015)
I find most gardeners are familiar with the term deadheading, but some don’t know what exactly it refers to.

Field day addresses legal issues, risk (06-29-2015)
Farmers and producers can learn about the relationship between risk management and insurance during a July 17 field day at the Alliance for Sustainable Agricultural Production Farm near Goodman.