Mississippi Delta farmland has produced some of the finest examples of Native American stonework and pottery yet found in the United States. Terry Smith has spent the last 20 years amassing an astounding, museum-quality collection of Delta Indian artifacts....More
Terry Smith, Smith & Weiland, Clarksdale, Miss., is perfectly poised to search for Indian artifacts, and knows precisely where to look and what to look for. He has spent the last 20 years amassing a museum-quality collection of Delta Indian artifacts.
Early irrigation of cotton with high rates of water doesn't always pay dividends. Research by Brian Leib of the University of Tennessee shows cotton growers sometimes could produce the same yields with about half the irrigation water. In some years, such as 2007, more water was needed because of extended periods of droughts, and irrigating more paid off. In other years, he found less water could be applied to achieve consistent yields....More
The LSU AgCenter will hostits first annual Dean Lee Research Station Beef Cattle andForage Field Day on Thursday, September 12, 2013, in Alexandria, La.
Cattle and forage producers, industry representatives, and anyone interested in livestock production is invited to attend this field day....More