Tuna and Rice Nicoise Salad. (Photo courtesy of Family Features.)
If conditions have been dry, wildflowers will need a drink. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife)
The center pivot irrigation system at the Oklahoma State University McCaull Research and Demonstration Farm will be one of the topics discussed at this year’s Panhandle Crops & Forages Field Day in Eva. The Aug. 31 event kicks off the fall field day events with topics like sorghum varieties, nitrogen management, soil moisture monitoring and managing spider mites in corn. (Photo by Todd Johnson, OSU Agriculture.)
Wildfire. (Chad Boyd (D4935-1)).

Spring wildfire prevention and protection

To revive a compost pile or bin like the ones pictured, begin by assessing a starting point, turning the pile, managing inputs, and setting reminders to put this process on repeat. (Photos: Gemini Bhalsod, Illinois Extension)
Easter dinner table with ham, asparagus and carrot cake (Photo: iStock - VeselovaElena)

Spring holidays are for family feasts, not pesky bacteria guests

  • By Zoya Sattar │ USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
Cutting vegetables on cutting board (Photo: iStock - Lyndon Stratford)

Spring into weight management with realistic goals

  • By Trisha Gedon │ Oklahoma State University Extension
It feels and looks like spring has arrived for much of the state. Gardeners may want to postpone pruning some plants that are already blooming. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife)