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SU Land-Grant Campus Nutrition Educator Kiyana Kelly, Growing Healthy Initiative Coordinator Stephanie Elwood pose with 8th grade students at PRAMS.
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Get your kids to eat eggplant by trying this Eggplant Parmesan Sticks recipe.
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Please join EBRP 4-H for our Junior Leader Club Informational
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Click here for practice schedule dates for all disciplines (Air Rifle, Air Pistol, Archery and Shotgun)
Click here for upcoming Beekeeping Club Meeting Dates.
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The 2019 Capital Area Open Horse Show Benefiting the EBRP 4-H Foundation
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Please come out and support the EBRP 4-H Livestock Club and Backyard Buddies Club Jambalaya Sale
Join EBRP 4-H for our Shooting Sports Field Day and Mandatory First Shooting Practice.
Come Out and Support EBRP 4-H Work Day.
The forest products industry contributes to each parish economy in several ways, including jobs, wages and purchases in the local economies.
Hydrangeas are known for their extraordinary blooms and ‘Limelight’ produces a bright lime-green to white inflorescence that is sure to impress.
The Southern University Ag Center, in collaboration with the LSU AgCenter, sponsored its “Creating Healthy Enjoyable Foods” (C.H.E.F.) Youth Cooking Camp
Many weeds in the landscape can cause a gardener to gripe.
It's a very unique and interesting way to grow fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Blackberries are by far one of the easiest fruit crops to grow in south Louisiana.
Virginia buttonweed (Diodia virginiana) the number one weed problem in Southern turfgrass.
There is nothing more frustrating for a home gardeners than to see the fruits of their labors lost to diseases and pests.
The EBRP 4-H invites you to learn more about honey bees and beekeeping.
The LSU AgCenter invites you to learn more about how to improve your school and community through the addition of a school vegetable garden.
Late April to early May is a great time to lift or dig these spring-flowering bulbs from the garden where possible.
A short description of commonly grown herbs for home gardens. Herbs included: anise, basil, borage, caraway, cherval, coriander, fennel, marjoram, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, savory, sesame, tarragon, thyme.
Soil is one of the most important factors to manage when growing fruits, vegetables, turf or ornamentals.
LSU has played a critical role in the breeding and development of many cultivars that you can find at nurseries and garden centers.
Vegetables are typically divided into two categories based on how we plant them into the garden.
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This is the idea of incorporating plant material that is edible into the landscape, instead of an isolated or defined food-growing area.
The LSU AgCenter Children’s Garden Series hosted by the East Baton Rouge Master Gardeners is a must do and any child.
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Potted plants do not mind being brought in and out as the weather dictates.
The 2018 Get It Growing Lawn and Garden Calendar provides gardening tips along with stunning photos of plants, flowers and gardens.
Keeping these leaves will help save on mulch, compost, landfill space and fertilizers. It’s almost as if money actually does grow on trees.
Improper crape myrtle pruning occurs when unnecessary "topping" of the trees is done to reduce the height.
Winter is when most citrus fruits are the sweetest and juiciest.
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October could be argued as the most critical month for lawn maintenance.
October's one of the greatest months of the year to get out into the vegetable garden and get some possibly long-needed maintenance accomplished.
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In recent years, the idea of planting native plants has swept through the gardening world.
Many of these underground organs can be difficult to distinguish from each other. So let’s shed some light on this underground world.
Ficus lyrata commonly called the Fiddle Leaf Ficus.
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We can get a head start in the garden now by planting these vegetable seeds for transplants.
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The hydrangea’s reliably charming and large flowers make it one of our beloved summer-flowering shrubs of Southern garden.
Ligularia is an excellent addition to any gardener’s shade garden. Consider incorporating ligularia as a great, course-textured addition.
The SU Agricultural Land-Grant Campus, in collaboration with the LSU AgCenter, will sponsor “Creating Healthy Enjoyable Foods” (C.H.E.F.) youth cooking camp.
In Louisiana, May is one of the most important months for vegetable gardening as well as the most hectic.
This report provides information about funding sources, program highlights for the area and local issues that are being faced by the parish.
Herbicides help us perform task in our landscape.
The SunPatiens is moving into uncharted territories, places where no impatiens has gone before – full sun.
Mowing your lawn at the correct height is one of the best management strategies that you can implement in your lawn maintenance routine.
Virginia willow, also called Virginia sweetspire and known botanically as Itea virginica, is one of our more popular native shrubs in Louisiana.
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March is here, and now is the time to get our spring vegetable garden beds prepared and planted.
The sapsucker will typically drill horizontally parallel rows of holes in the trunks or branches of trees.
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January, 2017 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk newsletter.
Try substituting crape myrtles with a vitex or a larger growing bottle brush.
This article will give you more information on Carolina Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens).
Winter is one of the best times to add Cool Season Annuals to your landscape.
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