Watching for Tomato Problems
Keep an eye out for threats to your harvest.
Plan your herb garden for summer heat
The intense heat of summer takes its toll on many of our favorite culinary herbs, but some heat-loving herbs can be planted now for summer production.
Cattle producers, beekeepers encouraged to collaborate
Clover-covered pastures benefits both cattle and pollinators like honeybees, according to LSU AgCenter experts who are encouraging cattle producers and beekeepers to work together.
Break out the Boil
A cold winter meant a slow start to this year’s crawfish season, but warmer weather has spurred both growth and the number of crawfish being caught.
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(05/22/18) BATON ROUGE, La. — After a lengthy search, the LSU AgCenter has named Gillian Eggleston director of the Audubon Sugar Institute.
(Video 05/21/18) It’s good to plan ahead for the relentless heat to come. On this edition of Get It Growing
(05/18/18) Members of the Louisiana Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association toured Tangipahoa Parish farms on May 16 to gain valuable information.
(5/18/18) Mosquitoes are just one pest prevalent in Louisiana and are vectors of numerous diseases harmful to humans.
(Video 05/16/18) To give school children in the New Orleans area a better understanding of agriculture, the LSU AgCenter helped develop AgMagic on the River.
(Video 05/16/18) While cotton acreage is increasing in neighboring states, Louisiana is experiencing a decline, mainly because of disappointing yields.
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