Now is an excellent time to consider adding roses to your landscape. For many gardeners, particularly those just getting into roses, a rose is a rose.
LSU AgCenter researchers continue to evaluate energycane varieties planted in north Louisiana as a possible new crop for producers to grow as a biofuel feedstock.
Winter and early spring are when many gardeners prune plants, which is the correct time for most plants in the home landscape.
ON MONDAY, Feb. 2, Agriculture Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden will be in New Orleans to discuss opportunities for the next generation of farmers and ranchers, both through new market creation and through a major investment made available by the Farm Bill.
Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts (R-KS) named U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) the Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Commodities, Markets, Trade and Risk Management for the 114th Congress.
Training materials developed to conduct and present a series of in-person training opportunities for the benefit of Louisiana’s producers regarding the Noninsured Disaster Assistance Program enacted by the 2014 Farm Bill, along with a web-based decision tool.
New plants make gardening exciting. About five years ago, a new sweet alyssum variety started appearing in trial gardens and garden centers around the country.
No other group of plants can quite duplicate what vines do for us in the landscape. Vines can be used to provide shade, privacy, flowers, ground cover, edible or attractive fruit, fragrance and food for wildlife.
Craig A. McCain, announced that the Louisiana FSA, along with Ag Center personnel from Southern University, have developed training materials to conduct and present a series of in-person training opportunities.
LSU AgCenter agents and volunteers from northeast Louisiana provided hands-on experience to deliver agricultural information to school children and adults during the annual Ag Expo at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center on Jan. 14-17.
Louisiana Rice Promotion Board chairman Kevin Berken says lifting the Cuban trade embargo could mean the return of a major market for Louisiana rice.
Arbor Day is celebrated in Louisiana each year on the third Friday in January. This date is set aside to encourage people to plant trees.
One of the most widely planted landscape shrubs in Louisiana is the gardenia. Many times from the late fall through winter, you may see gardenias with yellow foliage and “poor-looking” growth.
Most performance horses are accustomed to being transported, but doing so in cold temperatures presents challenges for animals and their owners.
The opening day for the Ag Expo in West Monroe is growing closer. Kids from all across north Louisiana learned about agriculture on Wednesday and Thursday at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center.
Gas prices rose for the first time in 4-months, and Hershey's wants to make impulse candy purchases part of the self check out lane. Jane King is at the NASDAQ Marketsite with those stories and more.
Verizon has been fined for not investigating rural phone problems, and find out how you can grow hemp legally, with the help of the government.
The milk industry fights back against the anti-dairy folks, and California is very, very good for animals. Jane King has more from Times Square.
Jane King has the latest Ag & Energy news for Monday, January 26th.
Jane King has the latest Ag & Energy news from The NASDAQ Marketsite.