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Weather may stall summer forage crops (04-17-2014)
Hay producers need warmer temperatures and drier ground to catch up with production this spring.

MSU offers four deer management workshops (04-17-2014)
The Mississippi State University Extension Service is offering white-tailed deer management workshops to give landowners and managers hands-on education on improving deer herds and hunting opportunities.

State soybean value grew $1B since 2006 (04-17-2014)
Soybeans have been an important commodity in Mississippi for more than 50 years, but recent advances have pushed the crop’s value above $1 billion.

State’s water resources need care, conservation (04-17-2014)
Mississippi might not have been ranked the healthiest or the wealthiest state in 2013, but if there were a ranking for water resources, Mississippi would be near the top of the list.

Cotton Summit coming to MSU (04-16-2014)
From entrepreneurs to designers, anyone interested in cotton textiles will learn something more about the market at Mississippi State University's upcoming Cotton Summit.

MSU Extension returns to sewing instruction (04-16-2014)
The Mississippi State University Extension Service is tuning up its sewing machines as the requests for sewing classes stack up.

Strawberry short course set for commercial growers (04-15-2014)
Commercial fruit and vegetable growers can learn to produce strawberries for local markets during a one-time short course offered May 13 and 14 in Choctaw.

MSU personnel awarded for outstanding research, service (04-15-2014)
The Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station recently honored several members of the Mississippi State University faculty, staff and student body for outstanding research, service and facility maintenance.

Zinnias are easy to grow, bring blooms to summer (04-14-2014)
I’m ready for warm weather. I’ve had it with the cold winter that seemed much longer than it actually was. Bring on the summer garden.