(10/28/20) In response to growing goat herds in Louisiana, the LSU AgCenter has been conducting Master Goat Producer classes across the state.
(10/30/20) Surprise! There was a hurricane, and these lilies might be telling you about the weather.
[Video](11/2/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains how to harvest and store caladium bulbs.
[Video](10/26/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard suggests some plants you can use to paint your yard with the warm shades of fall.
(Video 10/29/20) The Louisiana sweet potato harvest has been plagued by numerous tropical storm systems. Despite the storms, yields have been good.
(10/28/20) Cattle owners trying to recover from two hurricanes in two months got help on Oct. 27 with donated supplies to rebuild.
(10/28/20) A year’s worth of inspiration and instruction overflow from the newest edition of the LSU AgCenter lawn and garden calendar.
(10/27/20) 4-H’ers from across the state have been tending their pumpkin patches.
(10/26/20) This is national lead poisoning prevention week.
(10/26/20) As Louisiana sweet potato farmers near the finish line in this year’s harvest, a clearer picture of damage is emerging.
(10/26/20) The Louisiana Farm to School Program has launched a survey on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting farmers who sell food products.
(10/23/20) Second to sod webworms, common lespedeza is winning the lawn headache contest right now.
Photos of 2020 4-H Hall of Fame inductees.
(10/22/20) The National 4-H Council has named Tammy Mong, of Sabine Parish, as the Southeast Volunteer of the Year and National Volunteer of the Year for 2020.
(10/22/20) The Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame inducted 12 individuals, and the National 4-H Hall of Fame inducted 16 people, including Denver Loupe, of Louisiana.
(10/21/20) The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction is now accepting nominations for its annual induction ceremony, which will be held March 4, 2021.
(10/21/20) Lincoln Parish residents have the opportunity to win prizes for getting active during the month of November.
(10/19/20) October is National Pedestrian Safety Month. The LSU AgCenter offers these tips for people interested in active forms of walking and biking.
(10/16/20) New fitness signs have been installed along the trail at Fifth Ward Park located between Montpelier and Amite, Louisiana.
(10/16/20) There’s a great deal of work to be done after a storm.
(Video 10/16/20) Growing rice in rows similar to how corn or soybean are grown is becoming a more common practice in northeast Louisiana.
(Video 10/16/20) While they may be small in terms of acreage, Louisiana peanut farms can produce yields that rival any state.
(Video 10/16/20) Tropical systems, especially Hurricane Laura, had a significant impact on Louisiana pecan trees.
[Video](10/12/20) LSU AgCenter turf specialist Ron Strahan explains what you can do to fight one of the most prolific weeds of all—nutsedge.
[Video](10/19/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains on this edition of Get It Growing, you can grow olive trees right here in Louisiana.
Hurricane Delta cut a similar path through Louisiana as Hurricane Laura, with many crops still in the field affected by the second major storm to hit the state.
(10/12/20) Through the formation of the FOCUS Healthy Community Coalition, local partners have been working to address the needs identified by residents.
(10/09/20) Insects, including bees, butterflies, caterpillars and moths, are in full force this fall.
(10/08/20) Chad Hanks started harvesting his sugarcane crop on Sept. 29, a week behind schedule.
(10/06/20) Nearly 9,500 square feet of compacted sand is ready for construction to serve as the Center for Louisiana Citrus Innovation and Research at Docville.
(01/02/20) One thing you should be harvesting this time of year is your caladium bulbs for planting again next year.
(10/01/20) A. Wilbert’s Sons, LLC, will continue to sponsor undergraduate research internships for LSU students in the agriculture and natural resources.
(10/01/20) The process of rebuilding and repairing storm-damaged facilities at the LSU AgCenter Dean Lee Research and Extension Center is underway.
(10/01/20) A long-standing fall fundraising activity by the Friends of the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden is taking on a different look.