Several types of insects make highly noticeable webs in trees.
Most herbs require minimal maintenance, and many are perennials that can produce for a number of years.
Roughly 99% of insects are not “pests.”
Here are some reasons fruit or nut trees may fail to produce, or produce less than expected.
There's a variety of reasons that this can occur.
Besides diseases that kill tomato plants outright, there are leaf spot diseases that can reduce plants’ productivity and sometimes infect fruit.
Wilting tomatoes are a common complaint. There are several possible causes.
Just about any vegetable can be grown in some type of container.
I want to share some resources that you might find useful for vegetable gardening, in general, and for gardening with kids, specifically.
Have you noticed toothpick like growths sticking out of your tree?
A newsletter for horticulturists. Industrial hemp and pruning azaleas.
Cucuzza is a unique gourd to add to your vegetable garden. They are edible and are popular in Italian cooking.
A newsletter for horticulturists. Planting for fall color, green onions, and buttonbush.
Composting turns "waste" into something useful.
Raised beds are often the best option for growing vegetables at home.
Site conditions include the amount of sun an area gets, how well drained it is, and whether the site gets more or less effective rainfall than the open yard.
Topics will include fruits and nuts; vegetables and herbs; ornamental landscape plants; soils, fertilizers, and plant nutrition; and pest management.
Making good plant choices is one of the most important aspects of gardening and landscaping.
Choosing disease resistant varieties is a way to save time and money, reduce pesticide use, and increase your enjoyment of the garden.
A newsletter for horticulturists. Fig problems, starting seeds, and ornamental peppers.
Choosing disease-resistant varieties is a way to avoid many plant disease problems.
The LSU AgCenter has a lot of resources that address a variety of topics.
Removing blackberry floricanes soon after harvest reduces the chance for certain diseases to spread from floricanes to primocanes.
Our growing season is long enough that we can prune blueberries soon after harvest, and the plants will have time to set flower buds for the next year.
There are several simple practices that can help you avoid leaf spot diseases.
Southern bacterial wilt and southern blight are two of the most common causes of wilting tomatoes in our area.
Spiny pigweed is one of the worst weeds home gardeners deal with.
A newsletter for horticulturists. Cool spring delays plant growth, blossom end rot, and fertilizing lawns.
Black flies, or buffalo gnats, are a major nusiance in the Feliciana parishes in spring.
Deer can be a nuisance to gardeners in certain parts of Louisiana. Here are some practical tips to help you lessen deer damage in your landscape.
A newsletter for horticulturists.Plant sweet peas now, cool season vegetable issues, mulch, and houseplants.
The orange dog caterpillar may look ugly now, but in a few short weeks it will turn into a beautiful butterfly.
A newsletter for horticulturists. Plan fall gardens now, planting trees and shrubs, Camelot Foxglove
Start planning for fall vegetable and flower gardens now and you will save time and money when its time to buy plants.
Following good cultural practices and scouting for insects and disease will allow homeowners to enjoy pecans year after year.