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Three young people drive ATVs on a marked course in a field during a safety training.

Mississippi State University Extension 4-H members participate in the hands-on portion of an ATV Safety RiderCourse as Greg Biggs, 4-H agent in Madison County looks on.

4-H Contest Raises ATV Safety Awareness
A grouping of various kinds of cast-iron cookware sit on a kitchen counter.

Cast-iron cookware should be seasoned before the first use and periodically throughout its lifetime.
(Photo credit: Jonathan Parrish)

 

How to Season a Cast Iron Skillet
A person holds a canister of dry powder pesticide and a measuring spoon of powder over a fire ant mound.

Fire ant mounds will pop up throughout the year. Keep a dry powder pesticide on hand to treat them. (File photo by MSU Extension Service)

How to Treat Individual Fire Ant Mounds

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Seven teenagers wearing green blazers and tan slacks form a U standing on steps in front of six gray columns.

Mississippi’s 2018 4-H Ambassadors, including, from left, Jaylin Smith of Leflore County; Shae Philips of Lee County; Jonah Holland of Tishomingo County; John Mark Huff of Rankin County; Mikayla Shelton of Calhoun County; Taylor Fields of Lee County; and Precious Thompson of Pike County, stand on the steps of the Mississippi State Capitol Building in Jackson.

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