BATON ROUGE — Holidays bring families and friends together, but can also mean potential hazards for pets.
November is a great time to remove summer bedding plants and add cool-season plants to your flower beds.
We’ve become accustomed to running out and buying flats or pots of blooming bedding plants to create “instant flower gardens.” This last-minute approach, however, will simply not work when using sp
LSU AgCenter Associate Vice President for Youth Development Mark Tassin, left, and AgCenter Youth Development Department Head Janet Fox, right, presented outstanding service awards to members of the Louisiana Association of Extension 4-H Agents at the annual meeting in Vidalia. The recipients, starting second from left, are AgCenter extension agents Chris Pearce of Sabine Parish, Hannah Duvall of St. Martin Parish, Beth Putnam, of Washington Parish, Ashley Powell of Catahoula Parish and Jeannie Crnkovic of Bossier Parish.
VIDALIA — St. Mary Parish 4-H Agent Jennifer Ducote was one of the Distinguished Service Award recipients.
ALEXANDRIA — Although no stranger to rain and floods, Louisiana has seen a record number of extreme weather occurrences since 2014, and no area of the state has been immune, said LSU AgCenter fore