Louisiana Agriculture Summer 2016

Kathleen Kramer  |  10/27/2016 9:03:00 PM

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The summer 2016 issue includes articles on antimicrobial use in livestock, cattle grazing management, target spot in cotton and the economics of raising meat goats in the South. Other topics include the success of the Food Incubator, changes to the Master Gardener program, the Sweet Potato Foundation Seed Program, and the Botanic Gardens at Burden. 32 pages

Articles in Louisiana Agriculture Magazine Summer 2016 issue:

  • Botanic Gardens at Burden Provides Year-round Learning
  • AgCenter News
  • College of Ag News
  • New Faculty Profile: Waterfowl Research Returns Ringelman to His Roots
  • Food Incubator Celebrates Three Years of Success
  • Master Gardener Program Continues to Change and Grow
  • Target Spot of Cotton: A Lion or a Lamb?
  • Search for a Narrow-range, Minimum-risk Insecticide for Sugarcane Borer Control
  • Use of Bermudagrass Hay by Stocker Calves Grazing Annual Ryegrass Pastures
  • Grazing Brassicas During Fall Transition in South Louisiana
  • Impact of Salinity Stress Using Recycled Potting Media in Greenhouse Tomato Production
  • Complexities of Antimicrobial Use in Livestock and Poultry Production
  • Feasibility of Grain Sorghum Ratoon Cropping in North Louisiana
  • Field Days and Career Fairs Help Youth See Opportunities in Agriculture
  • Sweet Potato Foundation Seed Production and the National Clean Plant Network Support
  • Economics of Southeastern U.S. Meat Goat Production
  • Goat Production Grows in Louisiana
  • Burden Museum & Gardens Celebrates 50 Years Since Original Land Donation
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