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Common Teasel (Dipsacus Fullonum)

Introduced by way of Europe and Asia in the 1700’s, it is considered an invasive weed. Blooms from July to September. Dried flower heads are used in floral arrangements. 56 more words


Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery

As the recruitment drives picked up in Texas in early 1862, and new regiments were formed, many of them were sent north to Camp Nelson, near Little Rock, Arkansas.  493 more words

Dally's Fly Fishing Report _ 7/31/14

A couple days of rain and cooler temperatures may have slowed the hopper bite temporarily, but the precipitation is needed. Overall the fish continue to rise to the foam bugs, and brown trout pictures are rolling in from friends and customers – keep it up y’all! 387 more words


Promises and the Proverbial "Bump in the Road"

I’m sitting in my office today upset with myself, tears filling my eyes but failing to fall, because I wasn’t strong enough to fulfill a promise… 739 more words


Sugarcane Aphids Invade Arkansas Sorghum; Treatment Options Limited

Source: University of Arkansas Press Release. www.uaex.edu and Plant Management Network

 Grain sorghum growers in east Arkansas are discovering a new visitor: the sugarcane aphid has been showing up since June on the plant’s leaves in Ashley, Chicot, Desha and Phillips counties and it’s considered likely to spread to nearby areas. 388 more words


Flood Threat Shifts Over Arkansas, Mississippi

By Brian Lada

The zone of unsettled weather that brought beneficial rain to drought-stricken areas of the Plains will shift over the lower Mississippi River Valley to close out the week. 501 more words

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Day 30: Hot Springs - YOU RULE

Another surprise plot-twist: turns out Arkansas is awesome!

We made friends with our camp neighbors on both sides during breakfast this morning – nothing brings strangers together like an abundance of hashbrowns. 82 more words

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