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You can’t fully prepare for every disaster. But it’s your responsibility to care for your animals during these times. Create a plan before disaster strikes.
This publication contains information about the distribution and recognition of air potato, and the life cycle and impact of the air potato leaf-feeding beetle, Lilioceris cheni.
2017 Louisiana Soybean & Grain Research and Promotion Board Report
Frequently asked questions about flooded home restoration, and science based answers to help owners and contractors make informed decisions.
Rising energy prices, ﬂoods and hurricanes happen, but they don’t have to bust your budget.
Plant-parasitic nematodes can damage plants in many ways and are considered to be a serious threat to sweet potato production in Louisiana. This publication describes problematic nematode species and management strategies available for these pests. (PDF format only)
The LSU AgCenter offered two agritourism workshops titled Safety and Emergency Management in March 2017.
The LSU AgCenter offered two agritourism workshops titled Managing Financial and Legal Liabilities in November 2016.
Agriculture and tourism together present unique opportunities for farmers to diversify and expand their operations. This brochure describes the steps in developing an agritourism business venture. (PDF format only)
Best management practices are suggested practices that an agritourism professional can use to minimize risks in an agirtourism enterprise.These best management practices can be used in the plan of operation under “suggestions to minimize risks.”
This publication should help producers make more informed decisions about which hybrids to select.
The Educated Horseman Series provides science based information covering a variety of horse related topics and techniques including Health, Management, Disease, Facilities, and Equipment. (PDF Format Only)
This handy pocket-sized publication provides details on 2016 Louisiana agriculture and natural resources, the number of farms and farmers and much more.
The Educated Horseman Series provides science based information covering a variety of horse related topics and techniques including Health, Management, Disease, Facilities, and Equipment.
Information addressing pasture management following a flood.
Information covering the cause and treatment options for equine Pythiosis.
Keep food safe during taigating events.
The main reason to plant grafted tomato plants is to protect the plants from soil-borne diseases such as bacterial wilt, root knot nematode, and Fusarium wilt.
A listing of primary wood using facilities in Louisiana in 2017
Will Naled kill my bees? and other frequently asked questions about Mosquito control and bees.
This publication should help producers make more informed decisions about which corn hybrids to select.
Keep food safe after natural disasters.
Guidelines to help you safely and effectively clean and restore your damaged home.
Small grain variety trials are conducted at seven LAES research stations representative of the major soil and climate regions of the state
If you’re ready to make improvements or need to make repairs to your home’s exterior, why not make hurricane-ready upgrades to the exterior?
Prior to harvest, applying a harvest aid to grain sorghum has become a very common practice in LA.
One of the critical factors to control harmful bacteria in food is controlling temperature.
One of the most important decisions a forage producer must make is which variety or varieties to plant. Many forage varieties are marketed in Louisiana.
Bitter rot of apple is a fungal disease commonly caused by two species known as Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and C. acutatum.
Peppers are a popular crop in the home garden, especially in Louisiana. These colorful fruit range from sweet and mild to hot in flavor.
Tips for the home gardener on planting onions, shallots, garlic and leeks, plus information on their pests and diseases.
Tips for planting broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower in the home garden.
The eggplant is believed to be a native vegetable of the Far East. Nutritionally, it is a good source of fiber and is high in Vitamin B and K. (PDF format only)
Squash and pumpkins are among the most popular and productive warm- season vegetables in Louisiana. This publication includes information on the varieties, culture, pollination and pest problems of both squash and pumpkins. (PDF Format Only)
The tomato is one of the most popular vegetables grown in home gardens. It requires little space when staked and tied and can produce 5 or more pounds of usable fruit per plant. Find information on varieties, soils, cultural practices and common pests and diseases. (PDF Format Only)
Every year around the milk or “roasting ear” stage, we begin to wonder how good the corn crop is going to be.
2016 Louisiana Summary: Agriculture and Natural Resources
Irish potatoes are a cool-season vegetable grown in the late winter and spring in Louisiana and, to some extent, in late summer and fall. This publication includes information on varieties, insects, diseases, harvesting and storing of Irish potatoes. (PDF Format Only)
Recommendations on sweet corn varieties, cultural practices, diseases and pests for the home gardener.
Beef cattle pose special problems when it comes to mass evacuation, so plans should be made weeks in advance of a potential disaster. (PDF Format Only)
Because of their relatively small size compared to cattle and horses, mass evacuation of goats and sheep is possible if plans are made weeks in advance of a potential disaster. (PDF format only)
Well in advance of a potential disaster, producers should evaluate their herd health programs with their veterinarian. Horses that undergo evacuation either before or after a disaster will be stressed and are likely to be commingled with other horses and livestock. (PDF Format Only)
Cattle, goats, horses, pigs and sheep surviving hurricanes or other disasters are vulnerable to several diseases, including infectious diseases and toxicities. (PDF Format Only)
Although cattle can survive for days without food, a supply of clean, fresh water is essential to keep animals alive following a disaster. Rules of thumb for calculating necessary trough space also included.
Meeting the most basic nutrient requirements needed for survival should be the goal when feeding cattle following a disaster. Feeding basics, feeding water-damaged hay or feed and salvaging flood-damaged hay and feeds included.
Biosecurity plans control the introduction and spread of disease by evaluating and addressing the primary routes of disease transmission. An effective biosecurity plan will control several diseases at one time. (PDF Format Only)
Hurricane Katrina was devastating to Louisiana’s dairy producers. However, advanced planning can help producers minimize the loss of animal lives and the health problems associated with all disasters. (PDF format only)
Cucumber is a warm-season vegetable that yields a high return for the space it occupies.
Woody Plants (Forestry) Chemical Weed Control.
Vegetable Crops (commercial) Chemical Weed Control.
2017 Louisiana Suggested Chemical Weed Management Guide table of contents.
Soybean Chemical Weed Control.
Oats, Wheat, Barley and Rye Chemical Weed Control.
Rice Chemical Weed Control.
Weed Control Guide - information on recrop intervals.
Chemical Weed Control for Permanent Pastures With White or Ladino Clover, Permanent Pasture Without Legume, Forage Sorghum or Sorghum Sudan Hybrids, Bermuda Establishment (Sprigging Only) and Alfalfa.
Nozzle types and suggested uses. Recommended procedures for reducing pesticide drift.
Chemical weed control for perennial, broad-leaf and grassy weeds; poison ivy and other vines.
Lawns and Other Turf Areas Chemical Weed Control.
Introduction, Other Useful Internet Sites, Web Addresses for Chemical Companies.
Home Garden Chemical Weed Control.
Grain Sorghum Chemical Weed Control.
Common and chemical names of herbicides.
Strawberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Citrus, Grapes (Muscadine and Bunch), Mayhaws, Peaches and Pecans Chemical Weed Control
Louisiana Suggested Weed Management Guide for Cotton.
Chemical Weed Control For Corn Crops.
Conversion tables for weight, temperature, speed, length, area and liquid measure.
Chemical Weed Control for Herbaceous and Woody Plants.
Two different calibration procedures for determining the correct vehicle speed, tip and pressure to create a desired application rate.
Weed Control in Ponds and Lakes.
Glyphosate products and formulations.
Complete pdf of 2017 Chemical Weed Management Guide -- 218 pages. Download the complete pdf for free.
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita caused tidal surges and concerns about salt deposition in soil. The unprecedented flooding inundated almost 40,000 acres of sugarcane in the state’s coastal parishes. (PDF Format Only)
Mirlitons are susceptible to a common fungal disease called powdery mildew. Mirliton powdery mildew is caused by Podosphaera xanthii.
A brief guide on how and when to grow vegetables for small scale gardeners.
Complete book - 326 pages
A flood-damaged home needs special care to remove mold safely and effectively.This fact sheet provides do-it-yourself mold cleanup steps.Pub 2949-B
It’s time to pull out your family disaster plan. Even if you don’t have one, there are still things you can do!
Hiring a qualified contractor for mold remediation is not required but generally is safer and more effective than a "do-it-yourself" approach because of the use of specialized equipment. In either case, you should carefully follow safety precautions to reduce exposure to mold. This publication provides guidance on safe and effective mold remediation practices and how to select a qualified remediation professional.