(07/25/17) The cooling temperatures of fall create an ideal time to visit Burden Museum & Gardens, located at 4560 Essen Lane in Baton Rouge.
(Video 07/26/17) Louisiana’s sugarcane crop seems to be in good shape despite seeing excessive rainfall.
(Video 07/26/17) Farmers are in the early stages of harvesting corn and rice while waiting on their soybean and cotton crops to mature.
(07/31/17) Owners of pigs need to take precautions against Seneca Valley Virus, a swine disease that has been detected in several states.
(07/31/17) Students at Wesley Ray Elementary School in Washington Parish are participating in a special summer educational program.
(07/31/17) Experts highlighted best management practices and pest management concerns facing producers during an interagency field tour and training July 18.
(07/28/17) The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee included in the 2018 Ag Appropriations Bill two directives to develop a program to manage Roseau cane.
(07/28/17) The National Association of County Agricultural Agents chose the Louisiana Master Farmer Program as the winner of a Search for Excellence Award.
(07/26/17) The 15th Annual Black Farmer’s Field Day was held on July 21 at Harper Armstrong’s farm near Bastrop.
(07/20/17) Walk-On’s has enlisted the help of the AgCenter Food Incubator to conduct nutrition analyses of its dishes.
(07/20/17) The spring and late-summer floods of 2016 were devastating for some farmers, but some relief is in sight.
07/20/17) Louisiana sugarcane growers and consultants heard about new varieties in the pipeline along with plant diseases and other topics during a field day.
(07/17/17) LSU AgCenter weed scientist speaking at a field day on July 13 warned farmers about ragweed infestations in their fields.
(07/14/17) The rice harvest in south Louisiana has gotten off to a wet start that is preventing farmers from getting into their fields.
(07/13/17) have been released from the 48th annual Louisiana 4-H and FFA State Horse Show held July 8-12 the Lamar Dixon Expo Center.
(Video 07/12/17) A new rice variety being released by the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station is showing promise.
(07/10/17) Creating a transition plan to make sure a farm continues as a productive business can be challenging,but there is help available.
(07/07/17) About 10 years ago, Louisiana had about three or four beekeeping clubs. Now, the state has 17.
(07/06/17) The LSU AgCenter inaugurated a program two years ago to introduce unfamiliar, non-patented plants to wholesale and retail nurseries and landscapers.
(07/05/17) With the 2017 hurricane season underway, LaHouse will highlight resilient home solutions at an open house on July 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(07/05/17) LSU students journeyed to Mozambique in May to conduct marine research in the small coastal village of Praia do Tofo.