Monthly newsletter of the LSU AgCenter
In this issue: The Science of Substrates; Where are our Olive Trees Now?; Sedge Control in Landscape Beds.
In this issue: Exobasidium Leaf Gall, Salvias in Hammond, Figs in the south, Henry's Garnet Virginia Willow and more.
Margie Yates Jenkins, Crepe Myrtle Bark Scale Early Emergence ALERT, Take All Root Rot, Clumping Bamboo Winter Damage, No Math Sprayer Calibration Guide.
Welcome Dr. Jeb Fields and Dr. Mary Helen Ferguson, AAS Trials, Spring Garden Shows and Activities, Tough varieties lasted through the winter and more.
Harsh winter temperatures can cause quite a bit of damage in the landscape, but they also provide a great opportunity to showcase some tougher plants.
Snow Day at the LSU AgCenter Hammond Research Station Dec 8, 2017, 11 New AAS Winners for 2018, What is "New" Horticulture, Gardening After a Freeze, and more.
Greenhouse Grower 2017 LSU Field Trials Results, Planting Trees and Shrubs in Winter, "Crape Murder", Edible Ornamental Redbor Kale, Featured Plant Varieties
Crape myrtle Bark Scale Management Updates, Industry's Top 10 at Hammond Research Station Landscape Horticulture Field Day, Winterizing Your Lawn, and more.
Growing Olives in Louisiana: An Initial Evaluation, Insect and Disease Challenges for Growing the Tea Plant, 'White Wedding' Hydrangea paniculata, and more.
Emerald Ash Borer Has New Hosts, Management of Phytophthora aka 'Plant Destroyer', Featured Plant Variety, Impact of Preemergence Herbicides.
2017 American Garden Rose Selection, Crape Murder, Is Tea, Camellia sinensis A New Crop For Louisiana?, Kelos Atomic and Kelos Fire Celosia Observations.