It’s that time of year. The deciduous trees are putting on their leaves. The oaks and pines are producing copious amounts of pollen. Live oaks are shedding leaves to put on new growth.
BATON ROUGE — A cold, wet winter in Louisiana deserves to be followed by a warm spring. And Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities to help people enjoy the changing seasons.
BATON ROUGE — Following the cold temperatures that hit Louisiana tomatoes hard, it is time to watch for diseases that can adversely affect production, said LSU AgCenter plant doctor Raj Singh.
Spring is the busiest time of year for bees and their beekeepers.
BATON ROUGE — An unusually cold winter in Baton Rouge deserves to be followed by a warm spring.