(02/23/22). St. Joseph, La. - The LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station will host a soil health forum on March 2.
(06/24/21) NEWELLTON, La. - Conservation and sustainability were the highlights of the recent Cotton and Grain Field day.
The research team has put together a report filled with current and future accomplishments and goals of the project.
Podcast -Dennis Burns interviews Marshall Hardwick about the Taylor Grant.
R.L. Frazier and Kylie Miller have the weekly update on crop conditions along with the question of the week. Dennis Burns talks with Marshall Hardwick of Hardwick Planting Company about the Taylor Project being conducted at Summerset Plantation.
Tensas Parish cotton farmers Mead and Marshall Hardwick of Hardwick Planting Company represented the U.S. cotton industry in Dublin, Ireland.
Two model farms are demonstrating the benefits of best agricultural practices to address key issues in farming, a project resulting from a $1.4 million grant.
The LSU AgCenter will host a Sugarcane Field Day on Oct. 20 at Keith Dugas Farm in Assumption Parish. The forum is supported by the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation
Mead Hardwick of Hardwick Planting Co. was awarded the 2020 Outstanding Master Farmer Award.
Cotton and Grain field day is set to be on June 24th in Newellton, Louisiana.
Sugarcane Field Day was held in October 2020 at Keith Dugas Farm.
The soil that lies beneath our feet was on the forefront of event attendees’ minds during a successful Soil Health Forum.
(Video 06/28/19) To help reduce nutrient runoff from agricultural fields, the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation awarded the LSU AgCenter a $1.4 million grant.
(06/13/19) The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation has awarded a $1.4 million grant to the LSU AgCenter to fund research on reducing nutrient runoff from crop fields.