Louisiana Agriculture Spring 2016 - PDF

This issue of Louisiana Agriculture focuses on Louisiana Specialty Crop research and promotion projects being conducted at the LSU AgCenter. 36 pages

Stories in this issue:
  • Louisiana’s Diverse Specialty Crop Industry
  • Louisiana Pecan and Fig Production Remain Strong While Peaches Fade
  • Researching Roses in the Bayou State
  • Plants with Potential: An Ornamental Plant Material Awareness Program
  • Evaluating Public Health Pesticides on Honeybee Health and Mortality
  • St. James Ag Day Promotes Food Literacy
  • Let Us Eat Lettuce
  • Growing Great Home Garden Tomatoes
  • Will the Real Creole Tomato Please Stand Up?
  • Hammond Research Station Keeps Up with Changing Times
  • Pollinator Gardening
  • Chilli Thrips Control, Identification and Management
  • Crape Myrtle Bark Scale Threatens Summer’s Most Popular Tree Louisiana Super Plants New Selections for 2016
  • Super Plant Past Selections
  • Virginia Buttonweed: No. 1 Weed Problem Of Southern Lawns
  • Chamberbitter: Invasive and Difficult to Control
  • Revealing the Hidden Half: Development of a Low-Cost Aeroponics Growth System as a Tool for Sweet Potato Root Research
  • Specialty Crop Block Grant Enhance AgCenter Research
  • AgCenter News
  • College of Ag News
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