(01/31/20) Franklinton, La. — Community leaders and elected officials are working together to improve the health of Franklinton and Washington Parish residents.
(01/31/20) Japanese magnolias are in bloom everywhere right now, possibly signifying an early spring. It’s one of the most strikingly beautiful blooming trees.
(Video 01/31/20) Adopting a more healthful lifestyle is a common New Year’s resolution. Here is some simple advice to help keep you on track.
(Video 01/31/20) Agriculture has been creating data with tools such as yield monitors and digital maps using drones.Now the data is being critically analyzed.
(01/29/20) The LSU AgCenter will hold a spring garden seminar March 6 at the Dean Lee Research and Extension Center in Alexandria.
(01/27/20) The LSU AgCenter has appointed David O. Moseley assistant professor and state soybean specialist.
(01/28/20) LSU AgCenter experts will present the latest research updates in corn, cotton and soybean production at the annual Northeast Louisiana Crops Forum.
(01/27/20) Gardeners who want to learn how to move from a home garden to a commercial enterprise can hear tips and strategies on Feb. 5 in Delhi.
(01/27/20) The LSU AgCenter will host Louisiana Master Cattleman classes beginning March 9 at the AgCenter Scott Research and Extension Center.
(01/27/20) Timberland owners and forest consultants can hear the latest research findings and get industry updates on Feb. 19 at the State Evacuation Shelter.
(01/23/20) Farmers can benefit from using emerging technology on their farms by reducing expenses and increasing crop yields, LSU AgCenter experts say.
(01/24/20) Nothing completes a great recipe better than fresh herbs straight from your garden.
(01/10/20) Baton Rouge, LA — The children of Charles E. and Rose Ashy Broussard, of Vermilion Parish, have created an endowment to support an internship.
(01/23/20) The 30th annual Florida Parishes Forestry Forum will be held on Feb. 18 at the University Center at Southeastern Louisiana University.
(01/23/19) Restoring native plants and landscapes was a highlight at this year’s Ag Expo gardening seminar in West Monroe on Jan. 17.
(01/23/20) The LSU AgCenter and Southwest Louisiana Forestry Association will hold a forum Feb. 29 to provide information on managing forests.
(01/21/20) MANY, La. — The LSU AgCenter will host a series of Louisiana Master Cattleman classes beginning March 10 in Many for cattle producers.
(01/16/20) Maps released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that Louisiana is one of seven states high physical inactivity among adults.
[Video](1/27/20) LSU AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard names some that look and grow the best during winter.
(01/17/20) An LSU AgCenter scientist is researching ways to increase food production by manipulating the processes of photosynthesis and photorespiration.
[Video](1/20/20) AgCenter horticulturist Heather Kirk-Ballard explains why this cold-hardy tree with a tropical look might be a good choice for your landscape.
(01/17/20) Growing indoor plants is a great way to bring the wonder of the outdoors inside.
(01/14/20) Pine trees are an important natural resource in Louisiana, fueling the state’s multibillion-dollar timber industry and providing wildlife habitat.
(01/15/19) Baton Rouge, La. — Managing turfgrass issues was the focus of this year’s annual Louisiana Turfgrass Association meeting held at LSU on Jan. 9.
(01/15/20) Cotton specialists from across the country have named Dan Fromme the Cotton Extension Specialist of the Year.
(01/15/20) A new LSU AgCenter Agricultural Leadership Development Program class started the week of Jan. 6 in Baton Rouge.
(01/14/20) Hundreds of youth from across Louisiana will gather in Gonzales this February for the 85th annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show.
(01/14/20) The LSU AgCenter will host a Central Region crops and cattle forum Feb. 18 at the State Evacuation Shelter in Alexandria.
(01/13/20) Rice farmers preparing for the 2020 crop heard recently from LSU AgCenter experts about what they should be considering before they get in the field.
(01/10/20) Kenneth Gravois, LSU AgCenter sugarcane specialist, said the muddy 2018 harvest affected the recent sugarcane crop with reduced cane tonnage.
(01/10/20) Most folks don’t realize that tea comes from a camellia. Yes, that’s right. Camellia sinensis is the plant.
(01/10/20) Six people who completed environmental stewardship training through the Louisiana Master Farmer Program were recognized Jan. 9.
(01/08/20) Baton Rouge, La. — The LSU AgCenter has named Glen Gentry director of its Central Research Station in Baton Rouge.
(01/08/20) Alessandra Bresnan, a graduate student in theSchool of Renewable Natural Resources, is studying conservation genetics of captive and wild tigers.
(01/06/20) Don’t miss the LaHouse winter Saturday open house on Jan. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(01/03/20) There was a time in my life when I thought a colorful winter garden did not exist. I was so wrong.