The Louisiana Natural Resources Conservation Service will be holding an urban agriculture information and eligibility workshop next week.Read More
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in Louisiana Agriculture
by Kay Ledbetter, Texas A&M AgriLife Communications
AMARILLO – The flood waters have receded in Louisiana, but the needs haven’t, and Texas Panhandle 4-H’ers are answering a call for school supplies.
Baton Rouge, La. (October 19, 2016) – Louisiana is one of 42 states awarded millions of dollars by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help implement the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) produce safety rule.
by Bruce Schultz, LSU AgCenter
BASILE, La. – There is no easy answer to how the August flooding may have affected the upcoming crawfish season, LSU AgCenter experts told crawfish farmers at a meeting on Oct. 18 attended by 60 people at Toups Crawfish.
by The Louisiana Forestry Association
Kevin Martinez named Outstanding Louisiana Logger for 2016; A rough year for loggers across Louisiana; time to stay focused, engaged; Trucking issues set public's image of logging.
Dry soils continue to get dryer in Louisiana, according to the latest Crop Progress and Condition report from the National Ag Statistics Service. There were 7.0 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, October 16, 2016. Topsoil moisture supplies were 27 percent very short, 45 percent short, 28 percent adequate, and 0 percent surplus.Read More
by KLFY-TV Lafayette
LAFAYETTE — As Federal Government announces new amendments to the Cuba regulations, Lafayette International Center is inviting Lafayette residents to a conference. A news release stated that Cuba was once the number one buyer of rice from Louisiana.
by Allie Doise, Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation
Sugarcane farmers across Louisiana are in full swing, working to deliver their crop to the mill and assessing the damage of the August flooding.Read More