(04/30/19) A participant in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Borlaug Fellowship Program spent 14 weeks working in an LSU AgCenter laboratory.
(04/25/19) South Louisiana students got a lesson in what their future jobs could be during an agriculture career day on April 23 in St. Gabriel.
(04/25/19) Gina E. Eubanks, associate vice president of the LSU AgCenter, has been inducted into the U.S. Department of Agriculture Hall of Fame.
(04/25/19) The annual state 4-H Commodity Ambassador Contest drew 49 competitors in grades four through 12 from across the state.
(04/24/19) The LSU AgCenter and East Baton Rouge Parish Master Gardeners will host a Children’s Garden Festival May 4 at the Botanic Gardens at Burden.
(04/24/19) With Formosan subterranean termites’ annual swarming season approaching, homeowners should take steps to lower the risk of damage from them.
(04/23/19) The LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden join with more than 500 gardens nationwide in celebrating National Public Gardens Week on May 13-17.
(04/23/19) The LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden will hold a grand opening for StoryWalk on May 11 at 10 a.m.
(04/23/19) LSU AgCenter professor Arthur Villordon is researching how growers can manipulate inputs to control the shape of the sweet potato during growth.
(04/23/19) While Louisiana can boast of many things, having a Louisiana-named fungus is not likely to top the list.
(04/22/19) Pre-K and first grade students from area schools learned about healthful foods and where they come from during Ag Day at the Fast Food Farm.
(04/18/19) An agreement between LSU College of Agriculture and the Louisiana Community and Technical College System allow more students to study agriculture.
(04/16/19) Each spring, representatives from Louisiana sugarcane mills hear results from researchers at the LSU AgCenter Audubon Sugar Institute.
(04/16/19) The LSU AgCenter has awarded the first cannabis-related research funds from an agreement with GB Sciences Louisiana.
(04/15/19) Large patch, formerly called brown patch, is the most common disease of lawns in Louisiana. And it’s on the rise.
(04/12/19) LSU AgCenter nutrition agent Elizabeth Martin received the 2019 Young Dietitian of the Year award.
(04/03/19) Continuing a legacy in agricultural education excellence, the Cooperative Enterprise Teen Leadership Conference celebrated several firsts this year.
(Video 04/11/19) When the calendar turns to April, the Louisiana crawfish season is usually beginning to heat up. That’s not the case this year.
(Video 04/11/19) Louisiana rice farmers have gotten most of their seed in the ground and are now just waiting on warmer weather to get it growing.
(04/10/19) LSU hosted the 72nd annual U.S. Poultry Foundation Ted Cameron National Poultry Judging Contest April 3 to 5.
(04/10/19) Betty Baker-Baldridge was looking at and learning about aquatic insects as part of a Louisiana Master Naturalist workshop on stream ecology.
(04/09/19) HAMMOND, La. — Forest landowners voiced concerns about a lack of mills where they can sell their crop.
(04/09/19) Heavy rainfall has been a challenge as rice farmers strive to get their 2019 crop planted.
(04/09/19) LSU AgCenter extension professionals were recognized for achievement bythe Louisiana Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
(04/09/19) The LSU College of Agriculture recognized outstanding alumni, faculty and students at its Awards and Recognition ceremony on April 5.
(04/03/19) While migrant workers harvested row after row in Eric Morrow’s strawberry field, international visitors stood amazed at the harvesting process.
(04/02/19) Officials with the National Stud Farm and Training Farm, the largest agriculture company in Hungary, visited the LSU AgCenter on March 28.