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The license may be renewed by attending a recertification training meeting offered by the LSU AgCenter.
The basic components of composting are location, plant materials, water, soil from your yard and some nitrogen.
Tomatoes are a favorite vegetable in a home garden
The article describes leaf galls or Exobasidium fungal disease including a picture of infected azalea leaves.
This article gives a brief description of the Forest Tent Caterpillar including three pictures.
Bagworms are aptly named for the bag the larva make of silk and bits of twigs or leaves interwoven to disguise and strengthen the case.
Learn to recognize the differences between poison ivy or poison oak and Virginia creeper.
One of the most care free gardening rewards is planting spring flowering bulbs.
We had a long dreary wet winter, but spring arrived with nature reemerging as normal.
Lichens are perennial organisms consisting of a fungus and a green alga or blue-green bacterium.
Fire Blight is a bacterial disease caused by Erwinia amylovora.It infects plants in the pome fruit subgroup of the rose family.
The fungus completes part of its life cycle on the cedar and junipers and part on the mayhaw.
Harvested acreage and yield 2016-2020 in Franklin Parish.
A brief guide on how and when to grow vegetables for small scale gardeners.
2017 herbicide options for weeds infesting home lawns.
Louisianians take pride in the appearance of their lawns and landscapes. Weeds, however, can detract from that appearance and frustrate homeowners. Information on adaptation, light, soils and mulch can be found in this publication. (PDF Format Only)