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Cotton Variety Trials & Production Guidelines
Each year the LSU AgCenter tests commercial cotton 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.
soybeans
Soybean Variety Yields and Production Practices
2015 Recommendations. Each year the LSU AgCenter tests commercial soybean varieties that are entered in yield tests by private seed companies. This publication provides information about results of those tests at various locations across the state. For best results using this guide, refer to the tables for variety yield results and pick the location fitting your situation -- or if your farm does not fit any location, choose varieties that performed well at multiple locations. (PDF Format Only)
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Results of TSWV-resistant Tomato Variety Demonstration Plots in 2009
Results of 11 TSWV-resistant tomato varieties planted at seven different locations across Louisiana in the summer of 2009.
Sweet Potato Diseases
Provides information and symptions related to several common diseases in sweet potatoes.
Newsletters
Monthly Feedgrain Review Newletters
Sugarcane Newsletter for April 2007
The April 2007 newsletter provides valuable information for the Louisiana sugarcane producer on current events to include status of hurricane disaster payments, the 2006 variety survey and weed and insect control measures for consideration during the early spring months. Click here for more information.
Louisiana Research Station Map
Small Grain Variety Trials Maps
This page contains the map of Louisiana Research Stations and Soil Map
Crops Variety Trials & Production Guidelines
Information about variety trials & production guidelines for corn, soybean, sorghum, and small grain.
A General Guide for Using Salt Water on Rice
Salt water can become a problem in rice production, especially in some areas in dry years. This table can be used as a guide for tolerance of rice to salt water.
Pecan Scab Disease
Pecan Scab Disease
Pecan scab disease is the most economically damaging disease of pecan production in the southeastern United States. The disease affects stem, leaf and nut growth, causing reduced yield. This publication includes information on the development, symptoms and control of the disease. (PDF format only)
Air-Blast Sprayer Calibration for Pecan Orchards
Air-Blast Sprayer Calibration for Pecan Orchards
Chemical pesticides are the most commonly used method for controlling arthropod and disease pests on pecan. This publication provides an overview of procedures for the calibration of air-carrier sprayers.
cover of 2006 Louisiana Rice Research Verification Report
2006 Louisiana Rice Research Verification Report
The program continues to provide an accurate evaluation of current recommendations and provide insight into other areas of research.
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
Rice Field Notes 2013
A weekly newsletter addressing current field situations using photographs and accompanying text to describe and explain the situations.
Citrus blackfly and wooly whitefly
Insects that attack citrus in Louisiana
This gallery includes pictures of insects that attack citrus in Louisiana, such as: woolly white flies, citrus blackfly nymphs and adults, citrus leafminers, Western leaf-footed bugs, Mealybugs, and orange-dog caterpillars.
Louisiana Sugarcane Burning
Louisiana Sugarcane Burning
Why is the sugarcane industry important to Louisiana? Why do farmers burn sugarcane in the first place? What are the benefits of burning sugarcane? Find these answers and more. (PDF Format Only)
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.
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.
Entomology Department Extension Publications
This page has a listing and links to all of the Entomology Department Extension publications
Sorghum
Welcome
Welcome to the LSU AgCenter Sorghum Production Web site.
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