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This publication is the third in a series addressing best management practices for Louisiana and Mississippi golf courses.
Leafy green vegetables seem to have caught the world’s attention. Demand is growing stronger, but how can we make year-round production possible?
El riesgo y la incertidumbre son factores con los que los agricultores deben lidiar cada día.
Description, biology and distribution, ecological significance and management of field crickets.
Create a sustainable garden by improving soil health, relying on local resources, and practicing environmentally sound horticulture practices.
A composting series titled Benefits of Maintaining Soil Health fact sheet with information about organic matter, filtration, micro-ogranisms and water retention
Composting Series: Compost Moisture Content fact sheet with photo examples of compost moisture content.
A Composting Series fact sheet about worm castings.
A composting series fact sheet on reducing odor in compost systems.
Compost tea is a liquid extract made by steeping compost in water using a variety of preparation methods.
The sugarcane beetle, Euetheola humilis (Burmeister) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), is a sporadic pest of young sugarcane in Louisiana.
A fact sheet for backyard composting which includes information on compost tumblers, dual compost tumblers, static compost nin and vericomposting compost bin.
Composting Series: How to Store and Handle Compost Materials fact sheet includes information about wet and dry compost materials.
Risk and uncertainty are two factors farmers encounter every day.
A farm business plan can fulfill several purposes for a farm owner.
In this publication, we introduce the four financial statements that farm managers use to record and assess farm performance and methods to analyze information.
A Composting Series fact sheet about a three-bin system, including photographic examples of the bins.
Composting Series: Compost Feed Stock-How to calculation the proportions of raw materials for composting includes formulas.
Composting Series: Active vs. Passive Composting fact sheet includes information about active (hot) and passive (cold) composting.
A composting series fact sheet about Food Safety Issues Related to Compost. The fact sheet includes information about treated and untreated compost.
A Composting Series fact sheet on how to build an aerated static compost pile.
Few trees invoke the feeling of the old Southern homestead like our native Southern magnolia, and Little Gem is no exception.
Business planning provides farm owners an opportunity to strategically map out the start or expansion of their farm businesses.
Spring gardening tips for homeowners in Southeast Louisiana.
Spring gardening tips for homeowners in Southwest Louisiana.
Spring gardening tips for homeowners in Northwest Louisiana.
Spring gardening tips for homeowners in Northeast Louisiana.
Spring gardening tips for homeowners in Central Louisiana.
Overview of the activities and accomplishments of faculty, staff, and students of the LSU Department of Entomology in 2021.
Description, biology and distribution, ecological significance and management of texas leaf cutter ants.
Description, biology and distribution, ecological significance and management of hemp russet mites.
For over 100 years, Louisiana 4-H has provided enriching, hands-on experiences for our youth — and others have noticed.
Jessica Parker was taken by surprise when she heard the news that she was chosen as the 2021 Southeast Region 4-H Volunteer of the Year.
A list of donors who make 4-H programming possible.
The Arlene and Joseph Meraux Charitable Foundation and Cleco have a long history of philanthropic involvement with 4-H.
The 4-H horse project is a well-known and beloved project that encourages mastery inside and outside of the arena.
For the past two years, Drs. Charles “Chuck” and Ashley Edwards have teamed up with Union Parish 4-H Agent Brandon Reeder to conduct grilling workshops.
Each year thousands of adults provide time, expertise and resources to reach youth in all communities of the state.
Kathleen “Kathy” Landry has been involved in the Louisiana 4-H program for more than 40 years. Her involvement instilled in her a spirit of service.
Jessica Parker was taken by surprise when she heard she was chosen as the 2021 Southeast Region 4-H Volunteer of the Year.
During the 2020-21 academic year, lesson study leaders conducted programs across 60 parishes and advised 83 agents within Louisiana 4-H.
The Louisiana 4-H Program is on the hunt for innovative, business-minded students to compete in the 4-H University Tiger Tank Entrepreneurship Contest.
Agriculture education programs do not only teach students how to be gardeners and farmers.
Every year 4-H’ers make a pledge to devote their “hands to larger service,” promising to step back from their own personal needs and serve others.
Staci Mitchell, Randi Gleason, Ryan Bourriaque, Brett Wicke Bordelon, Ryan Perkins, Cody Hood, Daniel McFarland, Gabriel Stelly, andAriel Bergeron.
While it wasn’t done in consecutive years, the Louisiana 4-H Shooting Sports Program has once again been crowned national champions.
Nestled in the Kisatchie National Forest in Grant Parish, Camp Grant Walker hosts educational programs, corporate meetings and 10 weeks of summer camp.
This year Louisiana 4-H added multiple opportunities to participate in various days of service, enabling youth and adults to make a greater impact.
Scientists with the LSU AgCenter annually evaluate cotton varieties at four locations that represent Louisiana's cotton-producing regions.
Timely information about forestry and wildlife management for forest landowners.
Many of Louisiana’s forest landowners experienced damage to the fruit and nut trees following the "big freeze" of February 2021.
Complete pdf of the Chemical Weed Management Guide.
Standing estrus, also referred to as heat, is a brief period within a female’s reproductive (estrous) cycle during which she will allow herself to be mounted.
Grain sorghum hybrid performance is annually evaluated in official hybrid trials by LSU AgCenter researchers to provide unbiased data for commercial growth.
Corn hybrid performance is annually evaluated in official hybrid trials (OHTs) by LSU AgCenter researchers to provide unbiased data for commercial corn hybrids.
A guide to maintaining a healthy Louisiana lawn.