Bask in the Limelight!
Limelight hydrangea named Louisiana Superplant.
So What Are You Doing This Summer?
4-H summer camping program going strong
Are you ready?
Hurricane Season Is Here
A major storm could be just over the horizon.
Watching for Tomato Problems
Keep an eye out for threats to your harvest.
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.
Need a cure for summer boredom?
Summer is the perfect time to start kids gardening.
Find your local agent or extension office, search for someone by name, or contact us directly.
(06/22/18) If we manage our lawns correctly and use proper cutting practices, we can have nice lawns without bagging the clippings.
(06/21/18) The LSU AgCenter hosted its first-ever field day expo, expanding the concept of a row crop field day to include horticulture and wildlife.
(06/21/18) The LSU College of Agriculture announced the appointment of Bruce Cameron as thead of the Department of Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising.
(06/19/18) The LSU AgCenter has scheduled a soil health and cover crop workshop for July 26 in conjunction with a sugarcane field day.
(Video 6/18/18) The Limelight hydrangea blooms profusely throughout the entire summer.
(06/15/18) As the 2018 rice crop progresses, farmers should be looking out for diseases and insects, but weed control should remain a concern.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture