(11/11/16) As fall turns to winter, Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities for the holidays and beyond.
(11/28/16) Three rural parishes are making plans for how they will work to make sustainable changes to improve residents’ health in 2017.
(Video 11/28/16) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains how pansies can stay beautiful a long time.
(Video 11/23/16) It’s beginning to be the peak of the Louisiana citrus season.
(Video 11/23/16) If you want your poinsettia to last into the New Year, proper care is important.
(Video 11/9/16) Two LSU entomology graduate students are working on ways to help an insect control an invasive aquatic weed.
(11/25/16) Our gardens are full of plant materials that can add unique beauty to holiday decorations.
(11/23/16) 4-H’ers submit records of their personal achievements and participation and look forward to the 4-H educational award trip to south Louisiana.
(11/23/16) The LSU AgCenter will offer three food safety training programs in January on industry regulations for food processors.
(11/22/16) It’s time to think about choosing this year’s Christmas tree. But before you do, the LSU AgCenter suggests a few things to consider.
(11/21/16 Two professors from the LSU AgCenter were recognized as regional award winners at the annual meeting of Epsilon Sigma Phi on Oct. 25.
(11/22/16) Many homeowners and commercial landscapers are noticing clusters of honey-colored mushrooms in their landscapes.
(11/21/16) Citrus harvest is in full swing in Louisiana, and people are enjoying the sweetness of satsumas, but some have complained about internal dry rot.
(Video 11/21/16) On this edition of Get It Growing, Dan Gill introduces you to a plant that looks and smells similar to the wisteria but is not as troublesome.
(11/18/16) For the first time in four years, consumers can expect to pay a little less for their Thanksgiving meal.
(11/18/16) October to March is the prime season for planting hardy trees in Louisiana, and November through early December is an especially good time.
(11/09/16) Starting an agritourism business can be a profitable enterprise, but it also carries liability risks that can be managed.
(11/17/16) Farmers heard about the advantages and pitfalls of growing rice on raised beds using furrow irrigation at a rice growers meeting on Nov. 15.
(11/17/16) LSU AgCenter rice breeder Adam Famoso has been named the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Endowed Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
(11/17/16) Twin sisters Brooke and Bryce Fontenot share the same physical feature: curly brown hair and identical smiles. But the resemblance is deeper.
(11/15/16) From the moment the Thanksgiving turkey is carved until the clink of champagne glasses on New Year’s Eve, Americans will celebrate with food.
(11/15/16) An LSU AgCenter team of water experts is studying how farmers in northern Caddo Parish may benefit from implementing NRCS management practices.
(11/14/16) Alana Russell, a graduate student in the LSU College of Agriculture, was recognized for receiving the John and Grace Roussel Graduate Fellowship.
(11/09/16) Since 1999, more than 100 Louisiana 4-H and FFA members have been first-place winners in the Gerry Lane Premier Exhibitor program at the LSU AgCenter
(11/11/16) The PotashCorp fertilizer plant in Geismar has donated $50,000 to fund showmanship awards at the annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
(Video 11/14/16) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill talks about American beautyberries.
(11/11/16) There is more to flowers than meets the eye or the nose. You can eat many of them.
(11/10/16) Louisiana pecan growers who were eager to bounce back from a less-than-stellar crop last year will likely have their hopes dashed this year.
(Video 11/09/16) Sweet potatoes are a holiday staple, and Louisiana sweet potato farmers are busy getting their potatoes to market.
(11/07/16) AgMagic at the State Fair, now in its eighth year there, teaches youth about agriculture and safety during four days of interactive school tours.
(11/07/16) Like a lot of people in south Louisiana, Robert Wolf grew up knowing the value of good food.
(11/07/16) The LSU AgCenter will host a poinsettia open house and sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Dec. 2 at the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden.
(11/04/16) Almost any time of year is a good time to “Get it Growing” in Louisiana, and the 2017 LSU AgCenter calendar can help you do that.
(11/04/16) Fall is an outstanding time to plant many of the hardy culinary herbs, and one of the most popular is parsley.
(11/03/16) Witoon Prinyawiwatkul, food science professor, has been awarded an honorary degree from Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand.
(Video 11/07/16) On this edition of Get It Growing, Dan Gill introduces you to some popular new dwarf nandinas.