Northeast Research Station News

This page provides LSU AgCenter news articles on current events and research conducted on the Northeast Research Station and the surrounding areas.

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Farmers hear about challenges of growing hemp

Industrial hemp is gaining interest as farmers explore the potential for increased profits from growing hemp varieties used for fiber, seed and cannabidiol, or CBD, oil

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Mild winter could result in pest problems for 2020 growing season

Amid concerns the 2020 growing season is setting up for a repeat of last year’s challenges, LSU AgCenter experts emphasized early-season management strategies at the Northeast Louisiana Crops Forum held Feb. 6 in Delhi.

AgCenter soil workshop, field day set for Feb. 26 in St. Joseph

The LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station will host a soil health workshop and cover crop field day Feb. 26 in St. Joseph.

New technology offers farmers benefits

Farmers can benefit from using emerging technology on their farms by reducing expenses and increasing crop yields, LSU AgCenter experts advised at a digital agriculture conference.

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Internship award follows long collaboration between Hardwick family, LSU AgCenter

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LSU AgCenter names soil fertility, agronomy specialist

Rasel Parvej recently joined the LSU AgCenter Northeast Region faculty as assistant professor serving as a soil fertility and agronomy specialist. Parvej will have statewide responsibilities in row crop soil fertility.

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