Tropical plants once frozen may recover later when weather warms up
Posted on 1/30/2018 4:00:00 AM.
This winter’s extremely cold weather in Louisiana has stunted or even killed many of the tropical plants that normally flourish in Louisiana. Horticulture expert Dan Gill with the LSU Ag Center says it’s a good idea to not be in a hurry to give up on a plant this soon after the extreme cold snap. He says they aren’t used to the chilly weather, but could rebound.More
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AgCenter provides tips on repairing plants damaged by the freeze
Posted on 1/10/2017 2:36:00 AM.

The cold weather over the weekend damaged many plants and it has some wondering what to do next. LSU AgCenter Horticulturist Dan Gill recommends waiting a while to see if the plant is actually dead, even if it appears to have damage.
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LSU AgCenter gives tips on protecting your plants in below freezing weather
Posted on 1/6/2014 12:31:00 PM.
The extended period of time we'll have below-freezing temperatures over the next two days is not good for many of the plants that are in your yard. LSU AgCenter horticulturist expert Dan Gill says if you have citrus trees, it's best that harvest all ripe fruit. 

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