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Sorghum County Agents by Parish
Sorghum County Agents by Parish
Green Stink Bug
The Southern Green Stink Bug and the Brown Stink Bug
The southern green stink bug, Nezara viridula (L.), and the brown stink bug, Euschistus servus (Say), are common pests in Louisiana agricultural crops including cotton, soybeans, corn and grain sorghum. The objective of this presentation is to point out some visual differences between the two species which are helpful for early field detection.
insect guide
Louisiana Insect Pest Management Guide
This 2014 guide was compiled by LSU AgCenter experts and includes regulations, precautions and suggestions for pest control in Louisiana. Detailed topics include drift of pesticides, hazards of pesticides to beneficial insects and wildlife, phytotoxicity and use of beneficial insects to control pest populations. A section on organic gardening also is included.
weed guide
Louisiana's Suggested Chemical Weed Control Guide
This 2014 guide includes helpful information on herbicides and weed control with detailed suggestions for aquatics, commercial nursery stock, field crops, forestry, fruit crops, home gardens, lawns and many other Louisiana crops. It includes information on different types of herbicide registrations, as well as information on herbicide labels and restricted uses. Also included are sprayer calibration techniques, suggestions for reducing herbicide drift and a guide to proper spray tip selection.
Variety Trials
Each year the LSU AgCenter tests commercial grain sorghum hybrids entered in the state yield tests by private seed companies. From these, a grower should choose several that are adapted to an individual farm. Information in the tables should help you make these important decisions
Please click here for the PDF version of Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2013.
Performance of Sorghum Hybrid in Louisiana for 2013
PDF versions of the LSU AgCenter's 013 Grain Sorghum Performance Trials.
Extension Demonstrations
Extension demonstrations are conducted annually in numerous parishes throughout the state. The objective of these demonstrations is to evaluate new varieties and continue evaluating proven or recommended varieties under “real world” situations. These large-scale demonstrations are conducted primarily by the parish county agent with assistance from the state specialist and seed dealers.
2010 Preliminary Grain Sorgum HPT PreYield Data
Preliminary Results for Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2010
Preliminary resutls for performance of grain sorghum hybrids is annually evaluated by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) researchers.
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2006
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2006
This page contains the 2006 grain sorghum hybrids performance trials research summaries.
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2010
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2010
Performance of grain sorghum hybrids is annually evaluated by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) researchers. The purpose of these trials is to provide to Louisiana growers, seedsmen, county agents of the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service (LCES), and other interested individuals and organizations with unbiased performance data for commercial grain sorghum hybrids submitted for evaluation by private agencies.
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2005
This page contains the 2005 grain sorghum hybrids performance trials research summaries.
Contact Us
This page contains the contact information for the parish county agents.
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Grain Sorghum Hybrids for Grain
2013 recommendations. This information will help Louisiana producers choose grain sorghum hybrids that have displayed good yield potential and agronomic performance. The LSU AgCenter conducts yearly grain sorghum hybrid yield tests at several locations in Louisiana. This is done to provide producers with unbiased information on hybrid performance under different soil types and climatic conditions. (PDF format only)
2008 Extension Demonstrations
2008 Extension Demonstrations
Grain Sorghum Hybrids for Gains 2010
Grain Sorghum Hybrids for Grain 2010
2010 recommendations. This information will help producers choose grain sorghum hybrids which have displayed good yield potential and agronomic performance. The LSU AgCenter conducts yearly grain sorghum hybrid yield tests at several locations in Louisiana. This is done to provide producers with unbiased information on hybrid performance under different soil types and climatic conditions.
2011 Louisiana Grain Sorghum Hybrid Performance Trials Entry Form
The Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station is now accepting applications for the 2011 grain sorghum performance trials. Necessary information is provided below. If you have any questions, please contact the coordinator.
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Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2008
Performance of grain sorghum hybrids is annually evaluated by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) researchers. The purpose of these trials is to provide Louisiana growers, seedsmen, county agents of the LCES, and other interested individuals and organizations with unbiased performance data for commercial grain sorghum hybrids submitted for evaluation by private agencies. Results from these trials are used by the LCES for recommending hybrids.
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana, 2009
Performance of Grain Sorghum Hybrids in Louisiana 2009
Performance of grain sorghum hybrids is annually evaluated by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) researchers.
2009 Extension Demonstrations
2009 Extension Demonstrations for Red River Research Station and Dean Lee Research Station.
Chinch Bugs as a Pest of Corn and Grain Sorghum
Chinch Bugs as a Pest of Corn and Grain Sorghum
The chinch bug is commonly found in all areas of Louisiana feeding on a variety of grass crops and wild grasses. In some years it is an economic pest on corn and grain sorghum, especially if high populations migrate into these crops in the early spring when plants are young. To prevent stand loss and yield reductions, it is important to understand the biology and behavior of this pest as it relates to corn and grain sorghum.
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