2012 Rice Research Board Report

Frances Gould  |  10/8/2013 11:51:55 PM

The Rice Research Board has provided monies for an AgCenter Communications project to develop a research report highlighting board-funded projects. This publication serves as a report to rice producers about the results from LSU AgCenter projects that their check-off dollars funded. It also serves as a marketing piece for the board and rice industry.

Go to Report Home Page

Go to 2013 Report

PDF Version 2012 Report

Please click on the links above to go to the Rice Research Board Annual Report home page, the 2013 report, and the PDF version of the 2012 report.


 
  2012 Louisiana Rice Research Board Annual Report Articles

producers

Checkoff program funds research; Renewal vote slated for Jan. 17

  • Rice Research Board members and
  • message from chairman

  • Sustainbility key issue
  • for Kellogg Co.


  • Insect research focused on 3 pests

  • Progress made toward hybrid rice, but it's still years away 

  • Test shows lower nitrogen rates may be
  • more cost-effective


    to imported aromatic rice


  • New long-grain variety could be released soon


  • Ag economist looking at effects of lodged rice on profits


  • Louisiana Rice Research Board funded projects

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  • Researcers try to stay ahead of weeds
    problem

      
  • North La. plots help researchers, producers

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  • Winter nursery operations expanded
  •           


      Downloadable versions of the 2012 report:

    PDF Version 

    KINDLE (MOBI)

    Please click on the links above to get downloadable versions of the 2012 LSU AgCenter's Rice Research Board Report.

    To access the Kindle version of the report, please download free Kindle reading apps.


    For additional information, please contact:

    Frankie Gould
    Professor & Department Head
    Communications

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