The LSU AgCenter is an integral part of LSU’s Fierce for the Future campaign, the largest fundraising effort for higher education in Louisiana’s history.
Josh Copes, Daniel Stephenson, Donnie Miller and David Blouin
Excellent weed control during the late fall, winter and early spring can lead to soil erosion and many other negative results.
Naveen Adusumilli and Hua Wang
Among many factors that explain farmland values are implementing conservation practices and addressing natural resource concerns.
Dirk C. Benedict
LSU AgCenter scientists continue to bring scientific discoveries to the world marketplace through the Office of Intellectual Property.
An LSU professor has developed a snack bar at the LSU AgCenter Food Incubator that contains antioxidants and is good for the brain.
Maria Bampasidou and Thanos Gentimis
Farmers now have access to all kinds of sensors, drones and smart apps for digital devices that allows them to monitor the whole farming cycle.
Thanos Gentimis and Lawson Connor
Yield forecasts can be made more robust by applying machine learning techniques, which means programming computers to recognize patterns.
Quincy L. Vidrine and Robin Landry
This contest, which has the trimmings of a major event, focuses on preparing domestic seafood in a healthful dish that anyone can prepare at home.
Yan Chen, Kathryn Fontenot, Mary Sexton, Jason Stagg, Jeff Beasley and Jeff Kuehny
Louisiana people were asked what kind of tea they liked and where did they buy it. The survey results show promise for potential growers.
Jeff Beasley, Yan Chen, Jeff Kuehny, Kathryn Fontenot, Kayla Sanders, Jason Stagg and Mary Sexton
Tea is second to only water in consumption for Americans. Louisiana growers want to develop this as a new specialty crop.
The LSU AgCenter is making it possible for more schools to use foods produced locally by Louisiana farmers and growers.
High school students at Green Oaks Performing Arts Academy in Shreveport are learning how to negotiate some important life lessons.
A native of Antigua, Lawson Connor hasn’t found a cricket crew in south Louisiana yet, but he is finding his stride at LSU.
New $500,000 grant to study cattle embryo viability; $1.4 million to student nutrient management and reduce run-off; new 4-H state officers; second annual field day expo
Alumnus expands award-winning coffee business; youth learn cooking skills in summer program; alumnus honors sister with scholarship; team wins quiz bowl