A Calcasieu Parish rancher has received the 2018 Outstanding Master Farmer award from the LSU AgCenter Louisiana Master Farmer Program.
Here are four of the scientific discoveries from the LSU AgCenter that have been turned into successful intellectual property.
LSU AgCenter horticulture programs serve a diverse Louisiana audience with educational programs and expert advice to keep the state green.
The ability of natural ecosystems to sequester organic carbon provides a service that can be used in climate mitigation programs on local and regional scales.
Donna Sapp brings her expertise and passion for apparel design to the LSU College of Agriculture Department of Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising.
Many crop pests did not survive the record cold temperatures this winter, but many pests of humans, including ticks, fire ants, termites, were unaffected.
Louisiana sugarcane farmers set a record for the most sugar produced in state history despite a rare snowy winter.
Read about the development of L 01-299, which is the only commercial sugarcane variety to possess a gene that confers resistance to brown rust disease.
Soil tests by the LSU AgCenter Soil Testing and Plant Analysis Lab help consumers grow plants, trees and grass.
“From the Farm to the Table to You” is an educational program aimed at elementary students in the northeast region. Five stations teach children nutrition.
The LSU AgCenter is converting a warehouse to a bottling plant that will serve entrepreneurs working at its Food Incubator.
Beauveria bassiana is a fungus used as an insecticide that is safe for beneficial insects.
This study explores the yield decline associated with growing sugarcane on the same fields year after year.
The LSU AgCenter provides economic impetus not only for farmers on the land but also fishers of the sea. Learn more about the Louisiana Seafood Direct program.
Vermilion Bay Sweet products are available direct to consumers from Louisiana fishers. Learn more.
LSU AgCenter researchers study the enhancement of inherent resistance to insect herbivores in crop varieties as an alternative to insecticides.
LSU AgCenter researchers keep finding new ways to use drones to help with farm and ranch management. Learn more.
LSU AgCenter scientists have developed a high-protein rice that can be marketed to help solve world malnutrition problems.