Since the beginnings of the land-grant system, publications have been one of the most important ways to get research-based educational material to the public. These publications have included one-page fact sheets, brochures, educational materials, documents and even books. Most of our publications are available online, hardcopy or both. Viewers can download documents from our Website or simply read them online.
You can see a listing of our publications by looking at our catalog. If hard copies of the publication are available, they can be ordered by clicking on the link provided on that page. This site also includes a link to the LSU AgCenter’s quarterly magazine, Louisiana Agriculture and select newsletters.
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Agritourism Animal Nutrition Animal Reproduction Beef Best Management Practices Commercial Fruits & Vegetables Conservation Cotton Dairy Data and Statistics Farm Management Farm Equipment and Structures Louisiana Field Crops IPM Goats Grain Crops Horses Insect & Disease Control Pasture & Forage Crops Pecans Poultry Rabbits Rice Soil Fertility Soybeans Sugarcane Swine Urban Agriculture Weed Control
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Flood events are cause for concern for horse owners on many levels. Once you have addressed the health support your horse needs following a flood, the next concern you need to address is managing your pastures.
Equine pythiosis, commonly referred to as swamp cancer, is becoming more prevalent in horses across the southern region. Pythiosis is a fungus-like infection that can affect the skin, bones, intestines, lungs and arteries of horses and other animals.
Football season is about to kick off. For some fans, tailgating is essential to the game day experience. But cooking out before the big game is quite different from cooking at home.
Most producers will agree that grain yield is the most important characteristic on which to base hybrid selection. The second characteristic to consider is maturity group, which includes: early, medium/early, medium, medium/full and full. The selection of hybrid maturity is usually based on available water for the season, whether it be rainfall or irrigation.
Fall gardening tips for Louisiana homeowners
This year, commercial corn seed companies provided 40 hybrids that were entered in the official variety trials. Five hybrid trials were conducted at four LSU AgCenter research stations located throughout the state. Commercial seed companies voluntarily entered and selected the hybrids they wanted to have evaluated by the AgCenter.
Thank you for being a disaster relief volunteer! While you are working under tremendous stress, don’t forget about food safety. It is a crucial public health concern that is too often overlooked.