LSU AgCenter
TOPICS
Services
AppsApps
FacebookFacebook
TwitterTwitter
BlogsBlogs
RSSRSS
LabsLabs
CalendarCalendar
FacilitiesFacilities
WeatherWeather
VideoVideo
AudioAudio
Go Local
4-H
eExtension.org
   Fruits & Nuts
 Home>Lawn & Garden>Commercial Horticulture>Fruits & Nuts>
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Citrus Scab and Sweet Orange Scab
citrus scab

Two scab diseases routinely affect citrus in Louisiana. Citrus scab (also called common citrus scab or sour orange scab) has been present in the state for many years. In contrast, sweet orange scab was identified in Louisiana and Texas for the first time during the summer of 2010. This publication describes how to identify and manage these diseases. (PDF Format Only)

Fungicide Application Recommendations for Pecan Disease Control
Air-blast sprayer

The key components of the effective use of fungicides for pecan disease control are timing, coverage and concentration. The updated 2012 fungicide list is included.

Figs for Commercial and Home Production in Louisiana
Figs for Commercial and Home Production in Louisiana

Figs are tasty and can be eaten fresh, made into preserves and jams, or used in baking. Figs are commonly grown in all areas of Louisiana. All fig varieties discussed in this publication produce a main crop. Learn cultural practices and fertilization, disease and insect control, how to handle and process your fruit, and how to prune the trees. 8 pages (PDF Format Only)

Pruning Perfection
Practice makes perfect, but follow these general rules.

Ask an Expert Gardening Questions