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How to Scout for Rice Water Weevils - video
Rice water weevil adult

The rice water weevil (RWW) is the most important early-season insect pest of rice in Louisiana. Adults of this insect emerge from overwintering sites beginning in early April in southern Louisiana (later in northern Louisiana) and fly to rice fields, where they feed on young rice leaves. Egg-laying commences when standing water is present in fields. This video will train you to scout for RWW larvae & adults in your rice field. (Runtime: 7:16)

Rice Station Centennial Video
Rice Research Station Video

Since 1909, the LSU AgCenter Rice Research Station has been conducting research and developing new rice varieties that benefit the rice industry in Louisiana, the South, the nation and the world. "A Century of Rice" video takes you through the first 100 years of this station's history.

The Sweet Truth about Sweet Potato Production in Louisiana
Sweet Potatoes

How do sweet potatoes get from the field to your table? This video explains the amazing multi-step, labor intensive process to producing sweet potatoes. It's your chance to learn the "sweet truth" about sweet potato production in Louisiana.

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