The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
Virginia buttonweed, torpedograss, dallisgrass, dollarweed, common bermudagrass, dichondra (ponyfoot), purple and yellow nutsedge, green kyllinga, and more.
This is the quarterly newsletter for consumer horticulture in Ascension Parish.
A brief guide on how and when to grow vegetables for small scale gardeners.
2017 Ascension Parish Vegetable Garden Contest To Be Held in May, 2017.
Controlling Fall armyworms in your lawn.
The winners of the 2011 Ascension 4-H Youth and Adult Garden Contest along with contest awards sponsors and master gardeners who judged this contest.
This new LSU AgCenter program will allow farmers, commercial fishermen, and other agricultural enterprises in the food supply chain to direct market their commodities/products to consumers and/or other retail outlets (restaurants, grocery stores, retail outlets, farmers markets, etc.) across the state and nation.
Follow this link to access up-to-date, research based information through LSU AgCenter newsletters.including Horticulture Hints, Lagniappe (Fisheries), Master Gardener, Nursery & Landscape Notes, Nutrition News, Sweet Potato News, and Wildlife News
Importance of Soil Fertility, Method for Proper Soil Sampling, Interpreting Soil Tests, Adjusting pH, Available Forms of Lime, Available Forms of Sulphur, Applying Fertilizer and Examples of Applications included. (PDF Format Only)