(05/31/19) Yaupon holly is probably best known these days for its use as an ornamental evergreen in the landscape.
(05/29/19)The LSU AgCenter will host an informational seminar on joining its Food Incubator June 19 in Baton Rouge.
(Video 05/29/19) The high Mississippi River has crested but will soon begin rising again. The high water is causing major issues for farmers along the river.
(Video 05/29/19) It has been a struggle for rice producers in Louisiana this year. Heavy rains flooded fields early in the season and put the crop way behind.
(05/24/19) The LSU AgCenter has scheduled a series of meetings for AgCenter experts to inform rice farmers about the latest research findings.
(05/24/19) Buses began rolling into the LSU AgCenter Grant Walker Educational Center on May 20, kicking off the official start of the summer camping season.
(05/24/19) A new Provisia rice variety recently approved by the LSU AgCenter Rice Variety Release Committee should be available for farmers next year.
(05/24/19) StoryWalk, a new feature at the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden, was officially opened on May 18.
(05/24/19) Grab a bucket. The blueberries are ready to pick.
(05/23/19) The LSU AgCenter Agricultural Leadership Development Program has been growing leaders in Louisiana’s agricultural industry for more than 30 years.
(05/21/19) ROBERT, La. — Tangipahoa Parish 4-H members were taught lessons in wetlands ecology recently at the Shell Training Center near Hammond.
(Video 05/27/19) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard introduces you to a manageable dwarf version of the butterfly bush.
(Video 05/20/19) 2019 Louisiana Super Plant Lime Sizzler firebush not only looks beautiful, but it can also take the heat.
(05/17/19) What hits harder than Serena Williams on a hot summer day? Well, that’s easy. It’s Serena series angelonia.
(05/15/19) As the calendar turns to summer, Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities to help people enjoy the changing seasons.
(Video 05/15/19) The market for Louisiana crawfish tail meat is expanding, and LSU AgCenter food scientists are examining ways to make the product better.
(Video 05/15/19) Cotton acreage was expected to increase significantly in Louisiana, but the weather may not allow for it.
(05/14/19) Fourth, fifth and sixth graders in central Louisiana are learning why it’s important to protect pollinators as part of an LSU AgCenter program.
(05/10/19) Value-added foods and beverages will be the subject of an LSU AgCenter Audubon Sugar Institute symposium on June 6 and 7.
(05/10/19) Giant salvinia is causing a problem in Puerto Rico, and officials there are seeking Louisiana’s help in fighting this invasive weed.
(05/10/19) The LSU AgCenter has selected Lime Sizzler firebush (Hamelia patens Grelmsiz) as one of the 2019 Louisiana Super Plants.
(05/09/19) The LSU AgCenter will host the second annual agricultural field day expo June 27 at the Dean Lee Research and Extension Center in Alexandria.
(05/08/19) J. Wheeler Parker III is honoring his late sister with a scholarship in the LSU College of Agriculture.
(05/08/19) The LSU AgCenter will hold a Lead-Safe Certified Renovator training course on May 14.
(05/06/19) The Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame has a dozen new members among its ranks after a ceremony on April 27 to recognize the honorees.
(05/06/19) A 4-H agent in Lafayette and a Sabine Parish 4-H'er will be studying how 4-H recreation programs can become more inclusive for youth with autism.
(05/03/19) Pollinator gardens are all the buzz right now.
(05/02/19) The Northeast Regional 4-H Leadership Board has spearheaded a project to put about 200 age-appropriate gift bags into the hands of foster children.
(Video 05/01/19) In an effort to reduce waste going to landfills, the LSU Department of Entomology and the Campus Sustainability office are using a unique fly.
(Video 5/1/19) The optimum planting date for soybeans is rapidly approaching, and Louisiana farmers are hurriedly trying to get this year’s crop in the ground.
(04/25/2019) Cattle producers can expect prices to remain the same or be slightly higher than last year.
(05/01/19) More than 20 people were named Master Goat Producers on April 27 after completing a new LSU AgCenter training program.