Louisianians are probably familiar with Spanish moss, but they may not be aware of ball moss.
Belinda’s Dream rose is no stranger to awards. It was the first rose to be named a Texas Superstar selection and was the first rose to receive the prestigious Earth-Kind designation by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
Figs are one of the most widely planted fruit trees in home landscapes in Louisiana. With little care, they will produce crops of juicy, sweet figs every July.
Retail garden center owners, wholesale nursery growers and commercial landscapers are optimistic about having a good year in 2015.
Landscapes around the state are in various stages of their spring awakening, but it’s still February.
The emerald ash borer, a severe insect pest of ash trees, has been confirmed in Webster Parish making Louisiana the 25th state to confirm the presence of this beetle.
It's something pioneer nurseryman Johnny Appleseed likely never imagined. The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday approved America's first genetically modified apples. Their appeal: They don't turn brown when bruised or sliced.
American cattle herds are adding to their numbers after years of declines, and if the trend continues, it may make that steak a bit more tender on the wallet.
The Lamar Dixon Expo Center is full of activity as the 80th annual LSU AgCenter Livestock Show kicks into high gear.
Fresh produce growers learned about ways to reduce food safety risks on their farms at a series of workshops held around Louisiana by the LSU AgCenter last week (Feb. 10-13).
Roses continue to be popular in our residential landscapes, so home gardeners would be well served to increase their knowledge and awareness of recommended management practices for roses.
February is an excellent time to fertilize trees. Most trees are just beginning to enter a growth phase – or will within a few weeks. Fertilizing this month provides them with nutrients just when they can use them most effectively.
Horse owners should keep in mind that all horses in Louisiana must be tested annually for equine infectious anemia.
The Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame will induct five individuals whose leadership and service have brought distinction to the state’s largest industry segment.
The Arlene and Joseph Meraux Charitable Foundation has given $150,000 to the LSU AgCenter Livestock Show — the largest single donation in the show’s 80-year history.
Which foods are most likely to make us sick, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris is going green with wind turbines.
How the nation’s top nutrition panel thinks we should be eating, and McDonald’s brings back a popular menu item as it focuses more on poultry.
That steak may cost a little less,eventually, and sweet candy bars are set to change forever.
Energy prices rebound and help stocks and more Americans are giving cereal the cold shoulder
Oil heads back down as the supply hovers around an 80-year high, and Tesla is known for electric cars but now it wants to power homes.