(10/06/18) The LSU AgCenter LaHouse Home and Landscape Resource Center will open its doors to the public on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2.
(10/31/18) BATON ROUGE, La. — As the citrus harvest ramps up in Louisiana, some growers have discovered internal dry rot of fruit this year.
(10/29/18) The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction is still accepting nominations through Nov. 19.
(Video 10/29/18) Shallots can help enhance recipes, and fall is a great time to get these plants into the ground.
(Video 10/29/18) Growing flowering plants during the fall can make our yards look healthy and colorful.
(10/29/18) LSU AgCenter experts join Northeast Louisiana Master Gardener volunteers to support community partnerships in school and neighborhood gardens.
(10/26/18) The LSU College of Agriculture presents an exhibition of Chinese accessories and innovative design.
(10/26/18) Cattle producers who fail to adopt a traceability system eventually may have difficulty selling their product, an LSU AgCenter veterinarian warned.
(10/26/18) The most recent graduates of the Louisiana Master Cattleman Program were recognized at a field day on Oct. 18.
(10/26/18) Cool-season bedding plants thrive in the cool days and chilly nights we have here during fall, winter and spring.
(10/25/18) The LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden recently received a $25,000 donation from Nutrien Ag Solutions, a provider of crop nutrients, inputs.
(10/25/18) The LSU AgCenter is scaling back research at the Iberia Research Station near Jeanerette to increase efficiencies and reduce research duplication.
(10/24/18)The LSU AgCenter will host a symposium on grain sorghum production at its Avoyelles Parish office on Nov. 7.
(Video 10/24/18) Food scientists with the LSU AgCenter are looking for ways to enhance the quality of seafood and extend its shelf life.
(video 10/24/18) A trade conflict and bad weather have made it a difficult year for Louisiana soybean farmers.
(10/24/18) A breeding soundness exam should be conducted annually on a bull, regardless of past successful breeding, an LSU AgCenter veterinarian advised.
(10/24/18) Lead poisoning is preventable when you know the facts and what you can do to protect your children and yourself.
(10/23/2018) The LSU AgCenter will host “Water/Ways,” a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street program Nov. 17 to Dec. 18.
(10/19/18) BATON ROUGE, La. — Providing better service to the public was the goal for a group of LSU AgCenter faculty.
(10/19/18) Fran Castille, of Amite, Louisiana, was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on Oct. 19.
(10/19/18) Widely available and relatively inexpensive, chrysanthemums are almost indispensable for providing quick color to the fall landscape.
(10/18/18) The LSU AgCenter has received a grant of about $150,000 that will fund food safety training efforts.
(10//18/18) Shoppers looking for the perfect present for foodies can turn to the LSU AgCenter Food Incubator this holiday season.
(10/18/18) The International Association of Programs for Agricultural Leaders recently recognized Bobby Soileau with a leadership award.
(10/17/18) GRAMERCY, La. — The Ag Day at the St. James Parish Fast Food Farm continues to be a success.
(10/16/18) Every summer, scientists at agriculture research stations spend hours with clipboards in hand walking down row after row of plants rating plots.
(Video 10/15/18) Chrysanthemums, or ‘garden mums’ as they’re called, are a symbol of fall.
(10/12/18) Student access to healthy, locally grown foods was the focus of the 2018 Farm to School Conference on Oct. 9-10 in Baton Rouge.
(10/12/18) A number of delicious and nutritious vegetables will thrive in the coming cool season.
(10/11/18) Citrus canker was recently found on trees in East Baton Rouge and Livingston parishes, according to LSU AgCenter plant doctor Raj Singh.
(10/11/18) The LSU AgCenter is launching an initiative to train small- and medium-scale farmers who are new to the business.
(Video 10/10/18) Louisiana sweet potato farmers have taken to their fields and are approaching the midpoint of their harvest.
(Video 10/10/18) This week is National 4-H Week, and a long-standing Vernon Parish 4-H tradition is the high school woodman skills competition.
(Video 10/8/18) It may officially be fall, but warm temperatures don’t always reflect the season.
(10/08/18) More than 180 landscapers and others involved in the green industry attended the annual Landscape Horticulture Day at Hammond on Oct. 4.
(10/08/18) Approximately 150 4-H’ers competed in a woodman skills contest as part of the West Louisiana Forestry Festival.
(10/05/18) LSU AgCenter researchers along with scientists from multiple agencies are collaborating to investigate the decline in health of Roseau cane.
(10/05/18) By the beginning of October, caladiums reach the end of their growing season and decline in appearance, so they must be cared for.
(10/04/18) LSU AgCenter entomologist Kristen Healy is helping create tools that will allow students to save pollinators in a simulated space.
(10/01/18) The Louisiana Farm to School Program received the Farm Credit MarketMaker Innovation Award from the Farm Credit Council.
(Video 10/1/18) Nothing says fall like crotons. When we see them, they remind us of the splendor of the autumn season.
(10/01/2018) AgMagic, the LSU AgCenter’s premier agricultural exhibit, is coming to the central region of Louisiana for the first time Nov. 14-15.
(10/02/18) The 2018 soybean harvest that started well has turned soggy, particularly for central and southwest Louisiana.