Disease in rice was not as big of a problem in 2014 for most growers as in previous years, according to LSU AgCenter plant pathologist Don Groth.
Rice again proved its resilience by producing a surprisingly good crop in 2014, despite a cold spring that had farmers worried.
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.
The Louisiana Rice Research Board approved continuing funding for 17 LSU AgCenter projects and new funding for two projects during its October 2013 meeting. The 2014 project titles, lead researchers and funding amounts are listed here.
There are several ways to determine value. One way that we use almost unconsciously is in the marketplace -- buying and selling of things.
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