Dry fall, cold winter spelled problems for crawfish season

Robert Romaire, LSU AgCenter aquaculture researcher, shows off crawfish to students visiting the LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Station in Baton Rouge. He said this crawfish season was shortened by a dry fall and colder than normal winter.
(LSU AgCenter/Photo by Johnny Morgan)

When fall weather is dry, and winter is as cold and as long as it was this year, the combination spells problems for the crawfish industry.


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