(Distributed 04/06/04) Young people from across Louisiana are being challenged to solve problems, work in teams and learn a variety of other skills during special camps offered by the LSU AgCenter.
(Distributed 04/05/04) Economists, sociologists and government policymakers are invited to Baton Rouge for a national conference on the social and economic factors affecting coastal management.
(Distributed 04/27/04) Claiborne Parish 5th graders learned about forestry and wildlife during a series of Forestry and Wildlife field days April 22-23 at the LSU AgCenter's Hill Farm Research Station near Homer. The field days were designed to teach young people about the growth and importance of trees.
(Distributed 04/08/04) Rice farmers soon will have two more weapons in their arsenals for fighting stink bugs and rice water weevils.
(Distributed 04/16/04) LSU AgCenter experts say the Louisiana wheat crop "looks good" but stripe rust is presenting new problems for some producers.
(Distributed April 2004) Young people from across Louisiana participate in LSU AgCenter Challenge Camps and learn about teamwork, leadership and a variety of other valuable skills.
(Distributed 04/30/05) The war on red rice intensified this year as more farmers nationwide added a double-barreled weapon to their arsenal.
(Distributed April 2004) The LSU AgCenter’s presentation of AgMagic was a big hit with thousands of schoolchildren and adults. The event, which saw the LSU AgCenter transform its Parker Coliseum in Baton Rouge into a place where people could learn about the wonders and magic of agriculture, ran April 20-29.
The LSU AgCenter’s presentation of AgMagic was a big hit with thousands of schoolchildren and adults. The event, which saw the LSU AgCenter transform its Parker Coliseum in Baton Rouge into a place where people could learn about the wonders and magic of agriculture, ran April 20-29.
(Distributed 04/15/04) Volunteer leaders from across the state will gather for the 15th Louisiana Community Economic Development Seminar May 12-13 at Efferson Hall on the LSU AgCenter campus in Baton Rouge.
(Distributed 04/05/04) Mayhaw growers can learn the latest research about producing their crops at the 9th Annual Mayhaw Conference scheduled for April 17 in Alexandria.
(Distributed 04/05/04) The LSU AgCenter will transform its Parker Coliseum in Baton Rouge into a place where people can learn about the wonders and magic of agriculture April 20-29.
(Distribtued April 2004) Quiet neighborhoods, gentle sloping hills, large native trees and clean water make Pineville a great choice to build a home. Apparently destructive Formosan subterranean termites have done just that.
(Distributed 04/20/04) A good offense is a good defense in the game against pests, LSU AgCenter experts told rice farmers and agricultural company representatives last week.
(Distributed 04/06/04) Volunteers associated with the LSU AgCenter are using the American flag to help fourth graders make studying for the LEAP test more fun.
(Distributed 04/22/04) Mayhaw growers from the area met recently in Alexandria to learn about new developments and opportunities in the industry as it continues to expand.
(Distributed 04/08/04) Louisiana pecan producers are invited to a regional pecan production meeting slated for April 27 at the Mississippi State University Truck Crops Experiment Station in Crystal Springs, Miss.
(Distributed 04/23/04) "The last time I was here two years ago, this was a hay field," said Larry Bourgeois. "It was fun to drive up and see what they’ve done."