LSU AgCenter publications provide helpful information

(06/09/16) BATON ROUGE, La. – Having the right information at your fingertips can be invaluable when disease or insects have invaded your lawn or fruit and vegetable production.

The LSU AgCenter is making sure that the latest research-based information is available in the form of publications that can be ordered right from its website at

The publications catalog on the website has publications ranging from agritourism to disaster information.

The AgCenter prides itself in offering more publications on a variety of topics for everyone, from agricultural producers and small businesses to gardeners and today’s active families.

AgCenter researchers and extension faculty members provide research-based, objective information written in a user-friendly style for today's audiences.

Publication topics range from the general to the specific — from crop production to flower gardening, from flood protection to composting, from buying your first home to credit management, from food safety to character education.

Topics are conveniently sorted into categories and subcategories to make it easy to find information quickly.

One of the newest publications is the Louisiana Home Citrus Production Guide. The guide, which was produced by the LSU AgCenter “Plant Doctor” Raj Singh, has a wealth of information on citrus diseases and insect information.

“This guide hadn’t been updated in several years,” Singh said. “So we wanted to make sure that our producers had the latest information for the various citrus crops.”

Louisianans seeking hard-copy publications should visit or contact their nearest parish LSU AgCenter Extension office. The cost of the guide is just $10 and can be purchased online or from AgCenter Communications in Knapp Hall on the LSU campus.

If you have a question or comment about any of the LSU AgCenter publications, send an email to or call 225-578-2263.

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Louisiana Home Citrus Production Guide. (Photo by Johnny Morgan, LSU AgCenter)

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