Tara P. Smith, Don R. La Bonte, Jeffrey C. Gregorie and Theresa F. Arnold
The sweet potato industry contributes more than $75 million to the state economy each year.
Maria Bampasidou and Denys Maksymov
LSU AgCenter researchers have compiled a profile of the state’s agritourism activities.
A Tangipahoa Parish farmer has expanded from a pumpkin patch to strawberry picking and weddings and helps others learn about success in agritourism.
Numbers of Louisiana dairy farms are decreasing but opportunities for value-added products are increasing.
Developing high-performance replacement heifers is critical to Louisiana’s cattle industry.
T. Eric McConnell, Curtis L. VanderSchaaf and Shaun Tanger
Like many states, Louisiana has a history of conservation efforts that included planting ash trees. The state is now threated by the emerald ash borer.
Neely Walker and Melissa Cater
The Master Horseman program not only teaches people better horsemanship skills but also how to be valuable 4-H volunteer leaders.
The graduates of the Master Horseman program say they enjoy riding even more because of all they have learned about horses.
Sometimes the best way to control an invasive species, such as giant salvinia, is to find its natural enemy and introduce it here, while avoiding unintended consequences.
Neighborhoods come together and make it easy for everyone to get involved in garden-based nutrition education and health-related services.
Clayton A. Hollier
Boyd Padgett, Trey Price and Steve Harrison
Achyut Adhikari, Krishna P. Paudel and Kathryn Fontenot
Henry J. Mascagni Jr. and Brenda Tubaña
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture