(02/13/20) The Feliciana Wildlife Expo, a half-day event that will feature everything from reptiles to taxidermy,
(02/27/20) The vibrant flowers, verdant gardens and lush trees of Louisiana are the stars of each edition of the LSU AgCenter Get It Growing calendar.
(02/21/20) Four LSU College of Agriculture students were awarded scholarships during the 2020 Louisiana Agricultural Technology and Management Conference
(02/21/20) Cattle and row crop producers gained a wealth of information at the crop and cattle forum in Alexandria on Feb. 18.
The LSU AgCenter has an exciting year planned! Details on times and topics to be covered will be made available closer to the dates.
(02/19/20) Issues affecting the forestry industry will be featured at the 35th Annual Ark-La-Tex Forestry Forum to be held March 10 at LSU-Shreveport.
(02/19/20) The Louisiana Fisheries Forward Summit will bring hundreds of fishers to Kenner’s Pontchartrain Center to see the latest technology on March 11.
(02/18/20) In addition to selecting winning animals, judges also identified individual contestants for showmanship skills at the LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
(02/18/20) Six exceptional Louisiana youths were named winners of the Gerry Lane Premier Exhibitor Award at the 85th annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
(02/18/20) Five Louisiana 4-H and FFA members were recognized for their achievements in livestock programs on Feb. 15.
(02/18/20) Hundreds of young people from across Louisiana were named state champions during the 85th annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show held Feb. 8 to 15.
(02/18/20) The LSU Textile and Costume Museum will celebrate the grand opening of its renovated and enlarged exhibition gallery on March 28.
(02/17/20) It’s Carnival season, but it’s also the time of year when many virus-related illnesses are spread.
(02/17/20) The LSU AgCenter will host a spring horticulture seminar March 4 at the Scott Research and Extension Center in Winnsboro..
(02/13/20) A cold, wet winter in Louisiana deserves to be followed by a warm spring. And Burden Museum & Gardens offers many activities to enjoy.
(02/13/20) LSU AgCenter experts emphasized early-season management strategies at the Northeast Louisiana Crops Forum held Feb. 6 in Delhi.
(Video 02/13/20) An early freeze hampered Louisiana’s sugarcane crop, but it gave researchers an opportunity to examine cold tolearnce in sugarcane.
(Video 02/13/20) The LSU AgCenter Food Incubator finished installing a bottling line designed to expand the productivity of its tenants.
(02/10/20) Young people involved in livestock shows in Louisiana have grown up around animals. But one 4-H’er this year has no history of being around animals.
(02/11/20) Farmers heard several optimistic developments in the international rice trade at the 2020 meeting of the La.Rice Council and La. Rice Growers Assn.
(02/10/20) Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., and an AgCenter expert suggests how to take care of your heart.
(02/06/20) Warmer weather means Louisiana gardeners will soon be preparing for spring planting. That also means it will soon be garden show time.
(02/7/20) Nursery growers and landscapers can learn more about boxwood dieback disease at a training on April 28 at the Young Hollow Nursery in Forest Hill.
(02/07/20) Baton Rouge, La. — Large patch disease (formerly called brown patch) is the starting to show up in Louisiana lawns.
(02/06/20) Qinglin Wu, a researcher in the LSU AgCenter School of Renewable Natural Resources, has been named to the Gordon D. Cain Endowed Chair of Agriculture
(01/21/2020) The LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station will host a soil health workshop and cover crop field day Feb. 26 in St. Joseph.
(02/06/20) Farmers at the Northeast Louisiana Rice Forum on Feb. 4 heard about the benefits and challenges of growing row rice.
(02/04/20) The Dugas & LeBlanc Sugar Research Station Support Fund is designed to help the AgCenter Sugar Research Station hire the labor needed in research.
(02/04/20) This winter’s mild weather could be setting up the next sugarcane crop for diseases, an LSU AgCenter plant pathologist warned.