(10/27/17) A farm to school conference attracted more than 150 school administrators and teachers, farmers, food distributors and others,
(10/27/17) If you want beautiful beds of daffodils, tulips or Dutch irises next spring, you should think about planting them now.
(10/26/27) Even though lead has been banned from gasoline and paint since the 1970s, lead poisoning is still a big problem and affects millions of people.
(10/25/17) Beef producers heard about improved pastures, production practices and marketing at the Acadiana Cattle Producers Fall Field Day on Oct. 21.
(10/25/17) Taking good care of pastures can help cattle producers keep animals healthy. LSU AgCenter experts said during an Oct. 19 field day.
(10/25/17) An outbreak of foodborne illness in Caldwell Parish highlights the importance of safe food handling.
(10/23/17) Many people assume all rural youth know where their food comes from, but observing students at AgDay in St. James Parish debunks that theory.
(10/23/17) The LSU AgCenter LaHouse Home and Landscape Resource Center will host a next seasonal Saturday Open House on Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(10/20/17) Thirty-seven central Louisiana cattle producers and other industry professionals were recognized for completing the Master Cattleman program.
(10/20/17) In the South, the term “greens” refers to vegetables whose leaves are eaten when cooked until tender.
(Video 10/30/17) Sunflowers are blooming now. But there’s another type of sunflower you might not know about.
(Video 10/23/17) Now is a great time to plant cool-season herbs.
(Video 10/16/17) Fall has started and it’s time to plant your vegetable garden.
(Video 10/09/17) It's not just any petunia; it's super-tunia.
(10/18/17) LSU AgCenter extension specialists Charles Overstreet and Raj Singh received service awards at the National Epsilon Sigma Phi national meeting.
(10/17/17) With the first cool front of the fall, many people will start looking for the delicious Louisiana citrus.
(10/17/17) Landowners can learn about earning additional income from recreational property, farmland or timberland on Nov. 1 in Farmerville.
(10/16/17) A Puerto Rico farm facility used by several universities, including the LSU AgCenter for rice variety development, survived Hurricane Maria.
(10/16/17) New research projects involving tea, olives and native grasses garnered great interest at the annual landscape horticulture field day.
(10/16/17) Two Louisianians received awards for their service to the LSU AgCenter 4-H youth development program during the 4-H Heritage Luncheon on Oct. 6.
(Video 10/18/17) Some Louisiana sweet potato farmers delayed their harvest in order to give their potatoes more time to reach market size.
(10/13/17) A gardener’s job is to make sure, through proper bed preparation, that the soil provides what plants need to be healthy and strong.
(10/11/17) After a challenging growing season, Louisiana farmers are harvesting sweet potatoes, but the crop is somewhat delayed in areas.
(10/09/17) AgMagic, the exhibit of the LSU AgCenter will open to the public Oct. 26 and run through Nov. 12 at the State Fair of Louisiana in Shreveport.
(10/06/17) The Children’s Garden at the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden will conduct a program on how to raise backyard chickens on Nov. 4.
(10/06/17) Fall has arrived and so have football tailgate parties. But the festive atmosphere can quickly turn somber if tailgaters get food poisoning.
(10/06/17) The LSU AgCenter has named Supertunia Vista Bubblegum petunia the Louisiana Super Plants selection for fall 2017.
(10/05/17) The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction is now accepting nominations for its induction ceremony, which will be held March 22, 2018.
(10/05/17) A deadly disease called lethal yellowing of palms has been positively confirmed on silver date palms and Chinese windmill palms in Baton Rouge.
(10/04/17) The LSU AgCenter Annual Beef Cattle and Forage Field Day will be held Oct. 19 at the State Emergency Evacuation Center next to LSU-A.
(10/04/17) The LSU AgCenter LaHouse Resource Center will hold a lead-safe certified renovator course and a mold control and remediation course.
(Video 10/04/17) Louisiana cotton farmers are now in the midst of their harvest.
(Video 10/04/17) Just because the calendar says fall, weeds in lawns are still growing and setting seeds to emerge next spring.
(10/03/17) Although the current farm bill goes a long way in meeting different commodity needs, much can be improved, an LSU AgCenter economist said.
(10/03/17) Master Gardeners were shown how much value they add to LSU AgCenter programs during an appreciation event on Sept. 29.
(10/02/17) The Acadiana Cattle Producers fall field day will be held Oct. 21 at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Cade Farm.
(09/29/17) Students at an LSU AgCenter field day in northeast Louisiana heard about the importance of the agricultural sciences.
(Video 10/02/17) Fall is a great time to plant hardy trees and shrubs. The low maintenance, yet beautiful Drift rose is an excellent choice.