Anyone with a willingness to learn and desire to help others can become a Master Gardener.
The Louisiana School Garden electronic newsletter is designed to help educators and students use the school garden.
In this issue: When to plant corn, corn has two kinds of roots, USDA has announced cotton variety estimates, make irrigation plans and more.
This is the idea of incorporating plant material that is edible into the landscape, instead of an isolated or defined food-growing area.
Table 1. Symptoms, source of inoculum and management of corn diseases.
Become a certified Duct and Envelope Tightness (DET) Verifier qualified to perform the diagnostic testing required for new homes.
Performance of grain sorghum hybrids is annually evaluated by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station (LAES) researchers in Official Variety Trials (OVT’s).
Snow Day at the LSU AgCenter Hammond Research Station
Dec 8, 2017, 11 New AAS Winners for 2018, What is "New" Horticulture, Gardening After a Freeze, and more.
Greenhouse Grower 2017 LSU Field Trials Results, Planting Trees and Shrubs in Winter, "Crape Murder", Edible Ornamental Redbor Kale, Featured Plant Varieties
The LSU AgCenter Children’s Garden Series hosted by the East Baton Rouge Master Gardeners is a must do and any child.
Crape myrtle Bark Scale Management Updates, Industry's Top 10 at Hammond Research Station Landscape Horticulture Field Day, Winterizing Your Lawn, and more.
Scientists with the LSU AgCenter annually evaluate cotton varieties at four locations that represent Louisiana’s cotton-producing regions.
Information for parents regarding Summer Camp at Grant Walker Educational Center.
Growing Olives in Louisiana: An Initial Evaluation, Insect and Disease Challenges for Growing the Tea Plant, 'White Wedding' Hydrangea paniculata, and more.
Emerald Ash Borer Has New Hosts, Management of Phytophthora aka 'Plant Destroyer', Featured Plant Variety, Impact of Preemergence Herbicides.
Preventive measures can help protect cattle during the winter months.
Potted plants do not mind being brought in and out as the weather dictates.
The 2018 Get It Growing Lawn and Garden Calendar provides gardening tips along with stunning photos of plants, flowers and gardens.
Keeping these leaves will help save on mulch, compost, landfill space and fertilizers. It’s almost as if money actually does grow on trees.
Improper crape myrtle pruning occurs when unnecessary "topping" of the trees is done to reduce the height.
eNewsletter from Animal Sciences extension specialists.
Winter is when most citrus fruits are the sweetest and juiciest.
The rice delphacid is an important pest of rice but it is currently not thought to be present in Louisiana rice production areas.
Dr. Rodrigo Diaz, Dr. Jim Cronin, and Dr. Blake Wilson conduct a presentation about roseau scale in Louisana.
Rising energy prices, ﬂoods and hurricanes happen, but they don’t have to bust your budget.
This report provides information about funding sources, program highlights for the area and local issues that are being faced by the parish.
History, nutrition information, recipe, and sale.
This document describes the diseases that occur most frequently on pecan trees in Louisiana.
October's one of the greatest months of the year to get out into the vegetable garden and get some possibly long-needed maintenance accomplished.
Ascension Parish 4-H Foundation fundraiser.
In this issue: Updates from the field and looking ahead.
In this issue: Gearing up for harvest, cotton information, market outlook and lagniappe.
The costs of precision grading represent a long term investment in the productive capacity and profitability of crop land.
This publication should help producers make more informed decisions about which corn hybrids to select.
Dr. Benjamin Leighton Legendre Sr., a native and resident of Thibodaux, LA, passed from his earthly body into heaven on July 5, 2017 at the age of 73.
Controlling internal parasites in grazing cattle has a significant positive return on investment; in most cases greater than any other management practice.
The Louisiana Master Gardener Updates page is designed to keep LMG volunteers statewide informed.
LSU AgCenter Grain Sorghum Demonstration Report.
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?
4‑H is delivered by Cooperative Extension—a community of more than 100 public universities across the nation that provides experiences where young people learn.
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.
LSU AgCenter preliminary yield performance data.
The Louisiana School Garden electronic newsletter, Veggie Bytes, is designed to help educators and students.
The attached PDF lists the officers and directors for the 2017-2018 year.
See complete membership list.
This handbook is intended to serve as a guide. As members of LCAAA, it is our duty to promote high standards of service to the people of Louisiana.
See PDF for complete list.
June 4 – 7, 2017 in Hammond, LA
LSU AgCenter Corn Demonstration Report.
In this issue: Bollworms, redbanded stink bugs are showing up
What to do about three key cotton diseases and more.
In this issue: Corn disease update, — Northern corn leaf blight, — Southern rust, Southern rust development, risk and management, and more.
In This Issue: Corn, DD50s, Wrapped and Twisted Whorls, Tillering, Potassium and Soil Compaction Issues, Disease Update, Cotton, DD60s, and more.
Inside this issue: Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat (Scab), Varieties of soybean with some level of resistance against Southern root-knot nematode, and more.
Inside this issue: Soybean Fertility, ASA DuPont Young Leaders, Entomology Update,Nematodes 2017, Soybean High Yield Contest, and more.
Inside this issue: Soybean Nematode Resistance, Getting ready to plant – Burndown considerations, Louisiana High Yield, Contest 2017, and more.
Inside this issue: Soybean Fertility, Corn Seeding, Spacing and Planter type research, Freeze Injury on Wheat, Louisiana Master Farmer Program, and more.
Inside this issue: 2017 Soybean Varieties and Production Practices, Tri-State Soybean Forum, 2017 ASA DuPont Young Leaders, and more.
Inside this issue: Preliminary 2016 Soybean Variety Trial Results, Wheat Varieties and Wheat Production Practices, and Crop Specific Text Message Groups.
Inside this issue: Wheat Variety Performance, Cover Crops for Louisiana, Soybean Seed Damage, Crop Specific Text Message Groups, Upcoming Events and more.
Inside this issue: Crop Insurance Proposed changes, Soybean Pathology Update, Entomology Update, Flooded Soybeans, USDA Flood Assistance, and more.
The eastern cicada killer wasp, Sphecius speciosus, is a large, solitary digger wasp that typically appears in Louisiana mid to late July.
This publication is a summary of a study of the subfloor moisture levels of south Louisiana raised foundation homes with six different insulation systems.
Louisiana Rice Field Notes Newsletter, July 26, 2017
FAQs relating to the Advanced Louisiana Master Gardener Program.
Palmer amaranth and common waterhemp are extremely troublesome weeds in corn, cotton and soybean.
Louisiana Rice Field Notes Newsletter, June 19, 2017
Louisiana Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences HANDBOOK
Fall 2016 Newsletter for Louisiana Association for Family and Consumer Sciences
Louisiana Rice Field Notes Newsletter, June 7, 2017
Louisiana Rice Field Notes Newsletter, June 2, 2017
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture