H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station

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Since 1908, the Rice Research Station has been conducting research and developing new rice varieties that benefit the rice industry in Louisiana and help put rice on the table for families around the world. Rice farmers themselves help support the station’s efforts through a check-off fee, which creates a fund distributed by the Louisiana Rice Research Board. The station covers about 1,000 acres near Crowley, La., and includes more than 30 acres devoted to research on crawfish. Some rice varieties are developed for crawfish forage for those farmers who double-crop.

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2015 Rice Season a Challenge Thus Far A Trip to Heilongjiang Province China Blackbirds a Significant Problem in Louisiana Rice Production Challenges of Rice Variety Development - Part 1 Challenges of Rice Variety Development: Part II Challenges of Rice Variety Development: Part III Changes in Louisiana Rice Production – Part 1 Changes in Louisiana Rice Production – Part 2 China: An Emerging Superpower Clearfield Rice Technology Valuable but Must be Sustained Clearfield Rice Was Game Changer Climate Economics Crucial for Rice Industry Crawfish Production Does Not Conform Well to a "Recipe" Approach Crawfish Production Strategy Determines Harvest Profile Effects of Food Limitations On Crawfish Reproduction Evolution of Information Dissemination (Part 1) Foundation Seed Production Essential to the Louisiana Rice Industry Highlights of the Rice Research Station Field Day - Part 1 Highlights of the Rice Research Station Field Day - Part II Historical Perspective of Southwest Louisiana Rice Production Improving Technology for Coastal Wetlands Restoration Louisiana Rice Producers Need to Optimize Yields to Maximize Returns Louisiana Rice Research and Promotion Boards Support Industry Louisiana Rice Research Board Administers Checkoff Funds to Maintain Industry Louisiana Rice Research Board Supports Industry Improvements LSU AgCenter Releases Two New Rice Varieties in 2015 New Technology: Essential for the Rice Industry Off-Season at the Rice Research Station Off-Station Rice Research in Louisiana Off-Station Trials Important to Rice Industry Optimizing Rice Yields and Quality Production Strategy Governs Many Aspects of Crawfish Production Rice and Crawfish Production Provides Essential Wildlife Habitat Rice Breeding Objectives Rice Quality and Impacts on Marketability Rice Quality Determines Payment Rice Research: A Multi-State Effort Rice Researchers Must Respond to Emerging Issues Rice Research Priorities Are Continual Moving Targets Rice Research Station Critical for Rice Industry and the Region Rice Variety Development - Looking to the Future Rice Variety Selection - An Important First Step/Dermacor X-100 Some Assessments of Crawfish Burrows Study Shows Rice Growers More Efficient/Sustainable Sustainable Agriculture - Part 2 The History of U.S. Rice Production - Part 1 The History of U.S. Rice Production - Part 2 The Value of International Cooperation Timeliness Is Critical in Rice Production Understanding of Growth Stages is Critical in Rice Production Upcoming Rice Industry Meetings Update on Hybrid Rice Research Variety Development - A Key Function of the Rice Research Station Whats in a Rice Variety Name? Yield Gains in Louisiana Rice
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