(01/31/17) A leading contemporary portrait painter will present a seminar on March 11 as a prelude to the Brush with Burden art exhibition.
(01/31/17) A workshop on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, in agriculture will be held March 16 at the State Evacuation Center in Alexandria.
(01/30/17) The LSU AgCenter will host two agritourism safety workshops in March to help people who use their lands for educational or recreational purposes.
(01/27/17) Seven Louisiana 4-H’ers attended the 4-H Citizenship Washington Focus: Presidential Inauguration event in Washington D.C.
(01/27/17) ABBEVILLE, La. – Citrus trees that dropped leaves and fruit after the recent freeze should survive, according to LSU AgCenter horticulture experts.
(01/26/17) HAMMOND, La. – The annual Camellia Garden Stroll at the LSU AgCenter Hammond Research Station will be held on Feb. 19 from 1 to 4 p.m.
(Video 01/25/17) Addressing problems now like winter weeds can give homeowners a head start on having a healthy lawn for the rest of the year.
(Video 01/25/17) Louisiana’s sweet potato farmers saw their yields plummet due to the August flood and regulatory changes will place another burden on them.
(Video 01/25/17) January is the optimum time to plant trees in Louisiana, and the reason Arbor Day is held this month.
(01/26/17) Cocktails and cuisine made with the local flavors will be featured at Gourmet in the Garden at the AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden on April 20.
(01/25/17) A new school for Louisiana sugarcane farmers will begin classes this year on the LSU campus,
(01/25/17) Lindsey Fussell has been named the senior director of development for the LSU AgCenter and LSU College of Agriculture.
(01/24/17) More than 150 visitors braved muddy grounds to participate in the Arbor Day celebration at the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden on Jan. 21.
(01/24/17) Agriculture producers interested in corn, cotton and soybean production can attend the LSU AgCenter crops forum on Feb. 9 at the Delhi Civic Center.
(01/24/17) Carol LeDoux at the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station, received the Charles E. Dunbar Career Civil Service Award.
(01/23/17) The Louisiana 2016 sweet potato harvest, which was delayed by flooding rains in August, yielded 35 percent fewer bushels than the year before.
(01/23/17) The LSU AgCenter will offer two workshops to help educate produce growers and others in the industry about food safety practices and regulations.
(01/23/17) High-amylose maize starch, which contains a high amount of starch that resists digestion, could be effective in the fight against Type 2 diabetes.
(01/23/17) The LSU AgCenter Ag Alley and AgCenter Square exhibits gave area youth and adults a virtual farm experience.
(01/19/17) Irrigation often is the key to a successful crop in Louisiana. But it can be difficult for farmers to time irrigation events.
(01/19/17) The idea of growing food locally seems to be more than just a passing trend, according to LSU AgCenter horticulturist Kerry.
(01/19/17) A new herbicide for rice, Provisia, has been approved by federal regulators, an LSU AgCenter weed scientist said recently.
(01/18/17) Fourteen people have completed training through the Louisiana Master Farmer program and received their certificates on Jan. 12, 2017.
(01/18/17) Keeping Louisiana’s largest agricultural industry growing was the overarching theme of the Forestry Forum presented as part of AgExpo on Jan. 13.
(01/17/17) Hundreds of youth from across Louisiana will be gathering in Gonzales next month for the 82nd annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
(01/13/17) Louisiana homeowners can learn about keeping their homes warm and cozy without high utility bills at the LaHouse open house on Jan. 28.
(01/13/17) The 2016 Louisiana sugarcane season has ended with a record set for the amount of sugar obtained per ton of cane.
(01/13/17) Container gardens provide a way to grow vegetables when suitable land is not available.
(01/12/17) AMITE CITY, La. – Despite floods, wind and freezing temperatures, some Louisiana strawberry producers are optimistic about the season.
(01/12/17) A workshop will be held Jan. 25 in West Monroe to provide information about a federal program that promotes sustainability.
(Video 01/11/17) LSU AgCenter reporter Craig Gautreaux offers some simple advice to help people stay on track with New Year’s resolutions.
(01/10/17) More than 250 people heard the latest on research projects and management strategies at the 2017 Louisiana Turfgrass Association conference.
(01/09/17) The dairy herd at the LSU AgCenter Southeast Research Station in Franklinton has broken a record for milk production in Louisiana.
(01/09/17) Now is a good time to apply selective herbicides like atrazine and Trimec to the lawn to kill young actively growing weeds.
(01/06/17) Rice farmers heard the latest information for growing crops from LSU AgCenter experts at the first of seven rice and soybeanmeetings Jan. 5.
(01/06/17) The LSU AgCenter and Mississippi State University Extension Service will host the 2017 Mississippi Louisiana Dairy Management Conference on Jan. 12.
(01/05/17) Temperatures are expected to dip into the 20s this weekend, and a hard freeze could present problems for those still in the process of rebuilding.