(11/30/18) Louisiana flowers, vegetables and gardens take center stage in the LSU AgCenter Get It Growing calendar.
(04/13/18) Homeowners can discover proven ways to keep their homes cool, dry and free of destructive termites at the spring Saturday open house April 21.
(04/13/18) The 4-H Commodity Ambassador Program, held April 11 at the State Evacuation Shelter near Alexandria, drew over 75 youth.
(04/06/18) Recent stretches of dry weather have allowed Louisiana rice farmers to get in the field and plant their 2018 crop on schedule.
LSU AgCenter researchers will host a webinar on Roseau cane die-offs on Friday April 6 at 10 a.m.
(03/02/18) The director of the Louisiana Forestry Association said a new lumber mill near Urania in LaSalle Parish will require 1 million tons of timber.
(03/02/18) LSU AgCenter’s LaHouse Resource Center will hold its mold control and remediation course March 20-22 at LaHouse on the LSU campus.
(02/26/18) Female farmers, ranchers and women in all fields of the agriculture industry gathered for the Louisiana Women in Agriculture conference.
(02/20/18) Current soil health initiatives involve more intensive management and reflect environmentally suitable systems.
(01/17/18) Recent unusually cold weather across Louisiana is likely to result in higher utility bills.
(01/19/18) The recent cold snap is causing strawberry growers to go into babysitting-mode, using cloth covers to save their early crop.
(01/19/18) A workshop focusing on tax rules and issues relative to forest landowners is set for Feb. 9.
(01/18/18) Wenqing Xu, LSU AgCenter food safety specialist, said following food safety practices can help to ensure you have an enjoyable carnival season.
(01/12/18) Ten people who have completed Louisiana Master Farmer Program training were recognized Jan. 11.
Photos taken on Dec. 8 of snow near Lecompte.
(11/21/17) Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain wrapped up an agriculture and forestry listening tour.
(11/20/17) The cost of Thanksgiving dinner in Louisiana will stay below the national average again this year.
(11/20/17) Louisiana gardeners in need of motivation to get in the dirt and “get it growing” only need to look to their calendars.
(10/25/17) An outbreak of foodborne illness in Caldwell Parish highlights the importance of safe food handling.
(09/21/17) Fast-paced workshops, idea sharing and awards recognition brought 4-H volunteers across the state together.
(09/18/17) The LSU AgCenter has finalized its agreement with GB Sciences Louisiana to produce medical cannabis.
(09/08/07) From babies to boomers, the West Carroll Parish community is embracing healthy living through active lifestyles and healthful eating.
(08/30/17) A flood-damaged home requires special attention as soon as possible to avoid further damage and health hazards.
(08/30/17) Ray McClain, LSU AgCenter aquaculture specialist, said deep floods should not be allowed to remain on crawfish ponds.
(07/03/17) LaSalle Parish families who participated in a recent day camp program found the perfect recipe for summer fun.
(07/03/17) LSU AgCenter scientists will showcase their 2017 sweet potato research demonstration plots at a field day on Aug. 17 in Bastrop.
Weather was a recurring theme at the Northeast Research Station Pest Management and Crop Production Field Day held June 20
(05/12/17) Five LSU College of Agriculture students received University Medals during the college’s commencement ceremony.
(04/17/17) Before new food products make it to market, they often go through consumer testing.
(04/21/17) Discover proven ways to keep your home cool, dry and free of destructive termites at the spring Saturday open house.
(04/19/17) Caroline Whisonant has looked forward to attending the 4-H Co-op Youth Leadership Conference all year.
(04/19/17) An LSU AgCenter entomologist is studying a small insect that has damaged vegetation key to the survival of Louisiana coastal marsh.
Photos from the 82nd LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
If your goal for 2017 is to eat better and lose weight by eating a gluten-free diet, then you may want to read on.
Studies now show that eggs can be a part of healthful diet.
Are you thinking about a detox diet to jump start your weight loss plan?
It’s the start of a new year, and now it’s time to begin those New Year’s resolutions.
(12/22/16) If you are looking to get healthier in the New Year, you can find plenty of ways to go about it.
(Video 10/12/16) Louisiana 4-H Club members were among 4-H students across the country who took part in Drone Discovery.
(Video 10/10/16) Dan Gill explains how to select mums that can provide nice color for your fall landscape.
(Video 10/03/16) It may officially be fall, but warm temperatures don’t always reflect the season.
(Video 09/14/16) On this edition of Get It Growing, LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains why all roses are not the same.
(Video 09/07/16) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill explains how new crossandra varieties bring months of colorful flowers to the outdoors as well.
(Video 09/14/16) Louisiana farmers are now harvesting sweet potatoes.
(Video 09/14/16) Controlling mosquitoes to protect the public’s health can place other insects such as bees at risk if not done correctly.
(Audio 07/15/2016) No matter how well you weed your garden, you are always going to need to weed it again.
(Audio 07/14/16) Despite the intense heat of Louisiana summers, there are plenty of heat-tolerant plants that can be added to your garden this season.
(Audio 07/13/16) Caladiums are an extremely popular bedding plant here in Louisiana.
(Audio 07/12/16) Too much shade in your landscape may be preventing grass from growing in certain areas.
(Audio 07/11/16) Leaf miners are insects that can cause damage to a wide variety of plants such as flowers, vegetables plants, and fruit trees.
(Audio 04/11/16) Learn how to control insect and pest problems in the spring.
(Audio 05/02/16) If you're worried about weeds in your lawn, now is the time to apply weed killers before temperatures get too high.
(Audio 05/02/16) Tomatoes, an extremely popular plant in home vegetable gardens, are susceptible to diseases that affect both their foliage and their fruit.
(Audio 05/02/16) If you're thinking about planting a new lawn this season, you might want to consider using solid sod.
(Audio 05/02/16) If you want to add roses to your garden, it's still not too late.
(Audio 05/02/16) Now is the time to start thinking about planting heat-tolerant vegetables in your garden.
(Audio 04/15/16) Learn about applying mulch to freshly planted beds.
(Audio 04/14/16) Listen for information on how to move indoor plants outdoor for exposure and rejuvenation.
(Audio 04/13/16) Learn how to accurately attended to your container plants.
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