The EBRP Clovertalk Newsletter is published monthly during the school year to keep 4-Hers well informed on upcoming activities.
Find information about AgMagic, Ag Career Day, 4-H Scholarship, Contests, 4-H University, and more.
The EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter is published monthly during the school year to keep our 4-Hers well informed on upcoming activities.
Click here for the November 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter
Click here for the October 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter.
Click here for the September 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter.
The SU Agricultural Land-Grant Campus, in collaboration with the LSU AgCenter, held its “Creating Healthy Enjoyable Foods” (C.H.E.F.) Camp.
Click here for the April 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter
Click here for the March 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter.
In this issue: 2019 Parish Livestock Show, Horse Club, Livestock Club News, Shooting Sports News, Upcoming Camps and more.
Click here for February 2019 edition of the EBRP 4-H Clovertalk Newsletter.
Virginia buttonweed (Diodia virginiana) the number one weed problem in Southern turfgrass.
Ligularia is an excellent addition to any gardener’s shade garden. Consider incorporating ligularia as a great, course-textured addition.
In Louisiana, May is one of the most important months for vegetable gardening as well as the most hectic.
Herbicides help us perform task in our landscape.
The SunPatiens is moving into uncharted territories, places where no impatiens has gone before – full sun.
Mowing your lawn at the correct height is one of the best management strategies that you can implement in your lawn maintenance routine.
Virginia willow, also called Virginia sweetspire and known botanically as Itea virginica, is one of our more popular native shrubs in Louisiana.
March is here, and now is the time to get our spring vegetable garden beds prepared and planted.
The sapsucker will typically drill horizontally parallel rows of holes in the trunks or branches of trees.
Try substituting crape myrtles with a vitex or a larger growing bottle brush.
This article will give you more information on Carolina Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens).
Winter is one of the best times to add Cool Season Annuals to your landscape.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture