A horticultural article examining blackberry leafspot, hydrangea wilt, a shrub with fall flowers, and some oak leaf galls.
This article looks at rehabilitating camellias, a blooming confederate rose, and a flowering maple has yellowing leaves.
Article has information to help homeowner recover the loss of landscape trees. Also, there is ID of a fungus, a tree, and a vine.
This article looks at helping lawns recover after storm debris is removed. The last paragraph looks at what criteria is needed to become a champion tree.
This article lists ways property owners can find beekeepers to remove bees from structures.
Article provides ideas for future beekeeping meetings based on the last 7 years of the SW LA Beekeepers.
Prescribed Burn Workshop to enable landowners to practice safe and effective use of fire as a land management tool.
Announcement for forestry field day featuring longleaf pine management
Announcement for May beekeeping meeting
Announcement for beekeeping school.
Announcement for honey extraction event
Pesticide recertification for holders of private pesticide applicator license.
This presentation discusses how farmers and beekeepers can cooperate to maintain both crop production and pollinator health.
Dr. Greg Lutz, AgCenter aquaculture specialist, will make a presentation to help landowners with the common problems they face in their pond
Blueberries are one of the easiest-to-grow fruiting plants for home landscapes, and research indicates that they have all kinds of health be
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture