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Rice Stem Rot Disease Management.
Rice Stem Rot Disease Management 2012
Prepared by Don Groth, Professor, LSU AgCenter Rice Research Station, Crowley, LA and Clayton Hollier, Professor, LSU AgCenter, Department of Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology, Baton Rouge LA.
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Amazon Sprangletop
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Alligator Weed
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Planning St. Landry and Evangeline Parish demos
Met with cooperators in Evangeline and St. Landry parishes to discuss crop treatments and timing.
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Planning demonstration site in Vermilion Parish
Met with Stuart Gaythier, Alden Horton, and Richard Hardee to plan rice planting and treatments
Colaspis causing damage in Evangeline Parish
A phone call from Evangeline parish on colaspis damage had us in the field to assess damage recommend further treatment
Rice Disease Management Powerpoint Presentations
Understanding the epidemiology and management of the major rice diseases through a series of powerpoint presentations.
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.
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.
Rice Field Notes 2013
A weekly newsletter addressing current field situations using photographs and accompanying text to describe and explain the situations.
Projected 2014 Rice Cash Flow Model
Projected 2014 Rice Farm Cash Flow Model
The Projected 2014 Rice Farm Cash Flow Model is a producer decision aid tool developed for the purpose of projecting rice income and expenses for the 2014 crop year. This Excel model includes provisions for the Price Loss Coverage (PLC) Program in the 2014 farm bill.
inflorescences of water paspalum
Water Paspalum (Paspalum hydrophilum)
Photographs of water paspalum (Paspalum hydrophilum) and its distinguishing features.
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2015 Louisiana Rice Research Board Annual Reports
The Rice Research Board has provided monies for an AgCenter Communications project to develop a research report highlighting board-funded projects. This publication serves as a report to rice producers about the results from LSU AgCenter projects that their check-off dollars funded. It also serves as a marketing piece for the board and rice industry.
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2015 download report for e-reader
2015 Louisiana Rice Research Report
Dustin Harrell, LSU AgCenter agronomist and rice specialist, right, works on test
Harrell takes on role of state rice specialist
LSU AgCenter agronomist Dustin Harrell looks forward to the challenges of being Louisiana’s extension rice specialist.
The medium-grain Clearfield line LA2125, above, and a long-grain Clearfield line
Two new Clearfield lines show some promise
Two Clearfield lines, a long-grain and a medium-grain, are being grown in Puerto Rico this winter for a seed increase and to get more data on grain quality.
Rice seed being flown onto a field.
Provisia Rice Production System breeding program on the fast track
Work to develop the Provisia Rice Production System has been accelerated, and breeding lines are being grown this winter in South America for a yield test.
Several lines of hybrid rice
Progress continues on hybrid rice breeding
Hybrid development at the Rice Research Station continued to make progress in 2014 under hybrid rice breeders Jim Oard and Weike Li.
Price tests granular applicator system efficiency
Randy Price, LSU AgCenterengineer, is working on an efficientcalibration system for granular applicators.
Molecular markers help identify rice quality traits
Herry Utomo, LSU AgCenter molecular geneticist, is using improved genetic technology to identify traits important to rice breeders.“It gives us a more accurate picture
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