(12/22/17) The ninth annual Arbor Day at Burden in the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 20, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(12/22/17) LSU AgCenter agronomy, horticulture, forestry and animal agents met during the AgCenter annual conference on Dec. 13.
(12/22/17) An early spring got many row crops in Louisiana off to a fast start. Unfortunately, a wet summer kept many crops from reaching their potential.
(12/20/17) The LSU AgCenter will hold a series of meetings to help rice farmers prepare for the 2018 crop.
Thirty-four teens represented Louisiana at the annual National 4-H Congress in Atlanta during the Thanksgiving weekend.
(12/20/17) Pine tree height and growth can be improved for up to 28 years by controlling weeds during site preparation, according to LSU AgCenter researchers.
(12/19/17 It looks as if sugarcane grinding season is going to be an extended one. But there is a good reason for the late finish—an exceptional sugarcane crop.
(12/15/17) The American Sugar Cane League has endowed an LSU AgCenter chair in sugar production.
(12/14/17) Christian Richard, a sixth-generation farmer from Vermilion Parish, was honored Dec. 11 as the 2017 Rice Farmer of the Year.
(12/13/17) The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture announced the winners of their annual faculty and staff awards on Dec. 12.
(Video 12/13/17) Many cities are seeing open spaces turn into urban farms.
(12/12/17) An LSU AgCenter forage specialist said cattle producers should consider planting clover in pastures because of its advantages as a food source.
(12/11/17) Youth from across south Louisiana gathered Dec. 5 at the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station to learn about agriculture careers.
(12/08/17) The LSU AgCenter has issued a call toLouisiana photographers to submit their best photos for consideration in the 2019 Get It Growing Calendar.
(12/07/17) Benjamin Legendre devoted his career to Louisiana’s sugarcane industry.
(12/08/17) A group of Louisiana youth competed at the North American International Livestock Exposition held Oct. 31 to Nov. 16 in Louisville, Kentucky.
(12/07/17) A worldwide group of plant scientists have made a significant research breakthrough by suppressing the fungus that produces aflatoxin in peanuts.
(12/05/17) Two conferences scheduled for January will feature information on soil health, cover crops, and other row crop and forage issues.
(12/01/17) Boys and girls gathered in the kitchen at New Life Community Church in Luling, Louisiana, to begin making their own personal pizzas.
(12/01/17) More than 2,300 poinsettia plants were on display for sale and many varieties were evaluated at LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden.
(12/01/17) An LSU AgCenter entomologist and two entomology graduate students received awards from the Entomological Society of America.