(Video 12/24/20) 2020 was a good year for much of Louisiana agriculture, but it could have been a great year without five tropical storms.
(12/25/20) Crape myrtles are one of the most controversial and often-discussed ornamental plants. How did it become such a hot topic?
(12/22/20) LEESVILLE, La. — Many children look forward to the time they get time off from school for holidays.
(12/18/20) The LSU AgCenter and LDAFare developing an information program on water testing and management for specialty crop growers.
(12/18/20) An LSU AgCenter administrator has been named one of 25 fellows of the Food Systems Leadership Institute.
(12/18/20)The thought of Japanese maples brings an air of tranquility and visual thoughts of an Oriental garden.
(Video 12/17/20) Louisiana’s timber industry sustained heavy losses this year from hurricanes Laura and Delta.
(Video 12/17/20) Louisiana citrus is known for its sweetness. While fruit is still available, the supply will be running out sooner than normal.
(12/16/20) The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture announced the winners of their annual faculty and staff awards during a virtual ceremony.
(12/15/20) BATON ROUGE, La. — Honors science students at St. Joseph’s Academy in Baton Rouge have found help at LSU with crunching the numbers.
(12/15/20) An LSU AgCenter project is examining benefits and challenges of growing cotton on wider rows that line up with configurations used for other crops.
(12/14/20) The LSU AgCenter has announced publication of research to help coastal planners predict the results of flood protection and wetland restora
(12/14/20) The Louisiana timber industry continues to deal with the effects of the 2020 tropical weather that ravaged the state’s forestry sector.
(12/11/20) The LSU AgCenter has named Matt Foster as the statewide specialist for cotton, corn and grain sorghum starting Jan. 19, 2021.
(12/11/20) Here are some pointers to keep your live holiday plants looking beautiful for the remainder of the season.
(12/10/20) A group of LSU AgCenter scientists have been awarded one of 20 national grants to look at ways to decrease the use of groundwater.
(12/09/20) The LSU AgCenter is accepting applications for a paid student research internship at an agricultural research center.
(12/09/20) The 12th annual Arbor Day at Burden in the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens is scheduled for Jan. 23, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(12/07/20) LSU AgCenter SNAP-Ed and 4-H hosted a bike and nutrition event at LaSalle Park for a group of Jefferson Parish 4-H Junior Leaders on Nov. 21.
(12/04/20) Burden Museum and Gardens will celebrate the dedication and official opening of the Birding Loops at Burden on Dec. 12 at the LSU Rural Life Museum.
(12/04/20) Faculty at the LSU AgCenter are already setting their sights on the 2022 edition of the ever-popular LSU AgCenter Get It Growing calendar.
(12/04/20) Researchers in the LSU AgCenter and College of Agriculture conducted a study of of fashion clothing consumption during COVID-19 .
(12/04/20) As we wrap up the year, we have many things to do to prepare for winter and spring.
(12/03/20) Two LSU AgCenter rice experts gave their perspectives on the past growing season for the 2020 USA Rice Outlook Conference on Dec. 2.
An LSU entomology graduate student identified a new wasp species and decided to name it after a famous LSU alumnus.
(12/02/20) A researcher in the LSU AgCenter Department of Entomology has joined a scientific team investigating the role of termites in killing trees in Guam.
(12/02/20) The LSU Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters is having their annual Christmas tree sale.