(11/30/20) As fresh produce growers navigate the requirements for controlling food safety risks, the AgCenter is preparing a new set of educational programs.
(11/30/20) POLLOCK, La. — Parents who are looking for additional learning opportunities for their children while they are learning virtually now have a few new
(11/25/20) AgCenter personnel will be able to use city-owned facilities under a recently approved cooperative endeavor agreement with the City of Alexandria.
(11/27/20) And many types of beautiful plant materials are available to work with this time of year to spruce up and decorate your home for the season.
(11/23/20 An LSU AgCenter agronomist and an entomologist have been awarded crop protection and pest management grants to conduct their research.
(11/20/20) For the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual cost survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table, “the show must go on.”
[Video](11/30/20) AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains how windmill palms are being killed by a disease called lethal bronzing.
(11/20/20) Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site visitors can look forward to several new amenities, including fitness signs, a StoryWalk and garden.
(11/20/20) Mid- to late November is the best time for buying daffodil, snowdrop, tulip, narcissus, hyacinth and crocus bulbs to allow them enough chilling.
(Video 11/19/20) The Louisiana sugarcane grinding season is approaching the midway point, and tonnage and sugar recovery have been excellent.
(Video 11/19/20) Rice farmers in south Louisiana have completed their second crop harvest, and fields are now being flooded for crawfish.
(11/19/20) A team of LSU AgCenter scientists is developing a new program for Louisiana fruit and vegetable farmers to help them reduce food safety risks.
(11/18/20) The East Carroll Parish HYPE Youth Coalition held its first meeting Oct. 30 to elect officers and learn about the civic role of the police jury.
(11/16/20) Enon Elementary joined schools, preschools and individuals across Louisiana to celebrate National Farm to School Month.
(11/13/20) LSU AgCenter entomologist Kristen Healy has become only the fourth female to ever be president of the American Mosquito Control Association.
(11/13/20) If you enjoy a tropical look to your landscape, palm trees can provide it.
(11/12/20) Winter in the South doesn’t mean staying indoors. Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities for the holidays and beyond.
(11/12/20) The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction is still accepting nominations through Dec. 1 for its induction ceremony Mar. 4, 2021, in Baton Rouge.
(11/12/20) The Louisiana Rice Research Board has provided an additional $500,000 earmarked for an endowed super chair in the LSU AgCenter.
(11/09/20) BELLE CHASE, La. — Citrus growers and nurseries were hit hard by the winds of Hurricane Zeta as it passed through southeast Louisiana on Oct. 28.
(11/09/20) Dustin Harrell will become the next resident coordinator of the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station on Feb. 1.
(11/06/20) Ornamental grasses are commonly used plants in many home and commercial landscapes.
[Video](11/16/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains how to care for your hydrangeas now so they can look their best next spring.
[Video](11/9/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains some things you can do to repair small trees and shrubs damaged by destructive winds.
(Video 11/06/20) Louisiana cotton farmers are finally wrapping up this season’s harvest. Six tropical storms slowed the harvest and reduced yields and quality.
(11/05/20) The recent Louisiana discovery of dying wild taro, or elephant ear, has LSU AgCenter scientists expressing concern.
(11/05/20) the LSU AgCenter SNAP-Ed and Healthy Communities programs have teamed up with community partners to stencil painted play spaces across the state.
(11/02/20) In parishes across south Louisiana, fall signals the start of “grinding season.”
(11/02/20) If your home’s roofing was damaged by hurricanes, it does not have to happen again. The key is to know and specify the right types of products.