NEW ROADS, La. — Fourth, fifth and sixth graders throughout central Louisiana are learning why it's important to protect pollinators as part of an LSU AgCenter program.
Candied, baked, boiled, roasted, mashed or fried, sweet potatoes are a culinary staple in Louisiana.
Large patch, formerly called brown patch, is the most common disease of lawns in Louisiana. And it's on the rise.
Gardeners and those interested in gardening are invited to the annual Spring Garden Day at the Florida Parishes Arena in Amite from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on April 27.
The LSU AgCenter will host a northwest beef and forage field day on April 25 at the AgCenter Red River Research Station in Bossier City.
Wheat producers may fare better than expected from the arctic blast that plunged temperatures into the mid- to upper 20s in early March and threatened the crop across Louisiana.
If you're looking for both an attractive and a low-maintenance plant for your home garden or landscape this year, then you should try lemon sedum.
Visitors can discover proven ways to keep their homes cool, dry and free of destructive termites at the spring Saturday Open House at the LSU AgCenter LaHouse Home and Landscape Resource Center on April 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Now that the citrus season is complete, growers are looking for answers to some of the problems they encountered with their most recent crop.