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Keeping safe during summer
(Audio 5/29/12) Children and adults should drink plenty of fluids to avoid becoming dehydrated during summer. LSU AgCenter nutritionist Heli Roy offers some tips to stay safe during hot summer months. (Runtime 1:00)

Staying safe during summer
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(Video 05/29/12) Summer is here, and keeping your body hydrated and protected from the sun are especially important this time of year. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux reports on keeping your summer safe. (Runtime 1:37)

Louisiana wheat harvest complete
(Audio 05/29/12) Louisiana farmers completed their wheat harvest much earlier than normal. Yields were lower than last year because of the unusual weather throughout the entire season. (Runtime 1:03)

Wheat harvest disappointing
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(Video 05/29/12) Louisiana farmers just finished a somewhat disappointing wheat harvest. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux reports that weather was to blame for the lower yields.(Runtime 1:25)

Researchers successfully spawn gar
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(Video 05/22/12) Researchers at the LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Research Station have succeeded in spawning alligator gar, a fish that is dwindling in numbers across the country. (Runtime 1:32)
Soybean acreage growing
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(Video 05/22/12) Soybeans will be Louisiana's largest crop in terms of acreage with more than a million acres expected to be planted this year. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux gives an update on the current condition of Louisiana's soybean crop. (Runtime 1:36)
Alligator gar spawning is successful
(Audio 05/22/12) Researchers at the LSU AgCenter Aquaculture Research Station have successfully spawned alligator gar. These gar will be used for future research projects to help researchers understand more about these ancient fish that are declining across the country. (Runtime 1:10)
Soybean planting near completion
(Audio 05/22/12) Soybean planting is nearly complete with producers expected to plant more than 1.1 million acres across the state. (Runtime: 1:05)
May is peak termite swarming season
(Audio 05/14/12) Termite swarming activity in Louisiana increases from early May through June. (Runtime: 1:15)
Cotton acreage predicted to be lower
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(Video 05/02/12) Louisiana’s cotton acres are going to be down this year because other crops such as soybeans look more attractive to farmers. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux gives an update on how this year’s cotton planting is progressing. (Runtime 1:49)
Family Nutrition Night program combats obesity
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(Video 05/02/12) Louisiana has one of the highest obesity rates in the United States. A statewide program for families is looking to minimize the problem before it gets started. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux reports how the Family Nutriition Night program is tackling obesity. (Runtime 1:39)