One approach to lowering bouts of anxiety and depression, improving mood, and gaining an abundance of health benefits is by adding physical activity.
RSFF looks at several weeds including spurweed, nutsedge and vetch. Another person wants to control weeds in his groundcover, Asian jasmine.
Agriculture and Natural Resources, 4-H Youth and Family Development, Family and Consumer Sciences and Nutrition.
4-H Senior Honor Cords, Lego Building Workshop, 4-H Outdoor Grilling Workshop, and Cookery Contest.
Six seedless watermelon varieties were planted in the spring of 2021.
Commercial Pesticide Applicators, Agricultural Consultants, & RUP Salespersons.
This RSFF is intended to reach folks who want to garden in 2022. This blog looks at an upcoming Master Gardener class and at online gardening courses.
March 7th thru May 9th- 6:00P.M.
We often need to plan ahead; sometimes way ahead.
Join Dr. Maria Bampasidou from the LSU College of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness to learn the basics of finance as a system of organization.
Knowing how to appropriately market your product can make or break a successful business.
The Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) has agents in every parish, county, and state ready to help you!
Join the experts and learn about the grants they offer, how to apply, and general good practices to help you secure and deliver on a grant project.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a great way to connect agriculture and community support through regular delivery or pick up of farm shares.
Lichens are back again, and there is a sick oak tree and an ailing muscadine vine. A gardener shared her comments about bird feeding habits at a feeders.
This webinar focuses on estate planning process giving tips on estate planning and explaining estate tools including wills, trusts, and retirement accounts.
A popular addition to agritourism operations is the use of farm animals in petting zoos and related attractions.
Join Layne Langley at the West Feliciana Parish Extension office to learn about managing diabetes through meal planning, label reading, and portion control.
This RSFF discusses a couple of organic treatments for insects and for fungal infections. A fall wildflower, rose gentian, is identified, and a tomato plant has
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Extension Service and the LSU AgCenter partnered on a marigold cut flower trial.
Attached are the presentations for the workshop that was held November 16th, 2021, at the Mega Shelter-Evacuation Center in Alexandria, LA.
Unpleasant talk about bird poop, an exotic, unwanted frog, and a spider egg sac which means baby spiders will be emerging. Finally, an ailing strawberry plant.
Layne Langley, Area Nutrition Agent recently conducted a hypertension program "Break Up with Salt" where participants learned how to manage high blood pressure.
This RSFF looks at identifying a blackgum tree in call color, discusses a yellow jacket, a hairy caterpillar, and several citrus pests.
Agriculture and Natural Resources, 4-H Youth and Family Development, Family and Consumer Science, and expansion of team.
Feliciana Master Gardeners donate and deliver soil for raised beds at Bains Lower Elementary school gardens in St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish.
Staff Report No. 2021 - 58.
Become a certified Duct and Envelope Tightness (DET) Verifier qualified to perform the diagnostic testing required for new homes.
LSU AgCenter brings nutrition programs to the Family Service Center in St. Francisville.
Quarterly publications from the LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station with current activities and research updates for 2021.
In this issue: Recycled Art Contest, Become a Jr. Leader, 4-H Senior Honor Cords, Recycled Ornament Content and more!
Beehive Buzz heard from a landowners about honeybees infesting an owl nesting box, and beekeepers remove the bees.
This week’s column includes fall wildflowers, an ailing aloe vera, a late season insect ID, and native black locust wood.
In the October 2021 issue of the Sugar Bulletin, the “Differences in Use of Octapol® and Clearpol® Filter Aids to Clarify Cane Juices” article was published.
On Thursday 28 October 2021, during the visit, a complete tour of the Institute’s outstanding sugar processing and analytical facilities was given.
Are you pre-diabetic or have diabetes or maybe a caregiver to someone with diabetes, then you will want to sign up for Dining with Diabetes.
St. James Parish 4-H Jr. Leaders Fund Raising products will come from the: Pointe Coupee Pecan Company which has been in business since 1990.
This week RSFF looks at various mushrooms, slime mold and rust fungi in the landscape.
Come run, walk, or Toddler Wobble to support the St. James Parish 4-H program. Activities begin at 4:00pm and the race begins at 5 p.m.
This edition of Beehive Buzz identifies a European pollinator now in Louisiana.
Deformed persimmon, identifying berries, wild plum and fertlizing a lemon tree.
The eastern cicada killer wasp, Sphecius speciosus, is a large, solitary digger wasp that typically appears in Louisiana mid to late July.
Mosquito control is an important health protection program for some local governments. However, mosquito control poses risks for honeybees.
Several homeowners and gardeners found non-venomous snakes in their gardens and landscapes and asked for ID. Another homeowner sent an image of a flatworm.
Homeowners want to know how to treat spurweed, help with a sick peace lily and identification of a native vine, peppervine.
Join us on November 1, 2021, at the LSU AgCenter East Feliciana Parish Office.
Brief overview of the evolved and planned purpose, vision, focus and goals of the LaHouse program.
Colorful caterpillar, egg masses that will hatch into armyworms, fighting off chamberbitter, and establishing bermudagrass.
This is the first annual Peanut Field Day. There are over 2800 acres of peanuts in the NE Region.
We have updates from several of our research and outreach initiatives focused on sweetpotato production and pest management at the LSU AgCenter.
The field day will be available September 27, 2021
In this Issue:FCS Spotlight,Healthy Recipe Box,
Upcoming Events, Local Food Finds, Healthy Recipe Box, Connecting Communities, and more.
Virtual gardening course at no charge, identification of a tree frog, treating white grubs and a caterpillar attacking a cucumber.
In this Edition: Welcome Back To School, Name the Newsletter, Recycled Art Contest, Shooting Sports Orientation, Pumpkin Decorating Contest, and more
Beehive Buzz describes the basic information needed for labeling a jar of honey.
The Honey Narrative summarizes apiary production in 2021 and is part of the 2020 LA Ag Summary.
Damaging caterpillars, the tomato hornworm, fall webworm, will firewood infected with a fungus spread to live trees and toxicity of American beautyberry.
There are two ways to enroll.
Fundraiser for St. James 4-H. Variety: Camino Real & Camarosa.
Avoyelles Parish Livestock and Shooting Sports.
A forester saw an unusual insect on one of his landscape trees. So far, there is no conclusive ID so feel free to help find out what this mysterious green bee
LSU AgCenter Ouachita parish Pineapple Lush Trifle recipe.
LSU AgCenter Ouachita parish Blueberry Peach Crisp recipe.
Recipe for a quick, healthy meal.
A couple of insect infestations. One homeowner wants to eliminate ground moss from her landscape. Phosphorus deficiency in tomato plants
Application for testing and locations to the Regional testing locations.
The legislature finds that the exposure of school children to pesticides poses known and, as of yet, unknown risks to their health and well-being.
Through 4-H, your child will explore leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and community service.
The surge of the COVID-19 Delta variant makes indoor air quality more important than ever. The brochure offers info, not specific to COVID but still relevant.
Area Nutrition Agent, Layne Langley, teaches nutrition programs to youth participating in the West Feliciana Parks & Rec Summer Camp this summer.
This version of RSFF looks at the trees of various homeowners including pine trees, crape myrtles, a Chines parasol tree and a palm tree.
Youth in St. Francisville, West Feliciana Parish, learn how to choose healthy snacks and beverages during this nutrition workshop.
Northeast Louisiana Beef and Forage Field Day will be held on September 16, 2021 at the Goldmine Plantation in South Richland Parish. Registration is at 8:30 a.
Overview of the 2021 Hammond Research Station Field Day.
It may seem crazy to be thinking about winter feeding needs in the middle of July but now is the time to begin preparing for it.
Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) and 4-H Youth and Family Development.
Research at the H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station is conducted by scientists with the LSU AgCenter’s Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture