Linda Benedict | 12/5/2009 2:03:03 AM
Three more inducted into Patent Club
Three more scientists, including the first woman, have been inducted into the LSU AgCenter’s Patent Club, an elite group that now includes 46 researchers that have received patents or plant variety protection certificates.
Outbreak spotlights need for everyday food safety
The recent outbreak of foodborne illness traced to fresh spinach should serve as a reminder for taking food safety measures every day, according to LSU AgCenter nutritionist Beth Reames.
Louisiana citrus crop small but sweet
Consumers will find an abundance of high quality Louisiana-grown citrus this year, according to growers and industry observers. Read more.
Support research, buy calendar
The 2007 LSU AgCenter “Get It Growing” calendar is now available for purchase. Read more.
High prices cause wheat popularity
Louisiana farmers will plant a lot more wheat this year than last. At least that’s what LSU AgCenter experts predict – provided the weather cooperates in October and November. Read more.
Governor lauds 4-H’ers during national week
At a ceremony in the Governor’s Mansion on Oct. 4, Gov. Kathleen Blanco signed a proclamation honoring National 4-H Week – Oct. 1-7. Read more.
(These articles were published in the fall 2006 issue of Louisiana Agriculture.)
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