Bruce Schultz

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Chefs and Jazzman rice 1
The company marketing Jazzman rice, developed by the LSU AgCenter, brought a group of Louisiana chefs to the July 1
Horse owners cautioned about rabies
Louisiana horse owners are being urged to get their animals vaccinated for rabies. A horse in Jefferson Davis Parish
Rice survey for waterfowl food
A team of researchers soon will be surveying south Louisiana and Texas rice fields to determine how much food is
Paying farmers for wildlife habitat?
A representative of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service at the LSU AgCenter’s
Louisiana facing rice disease at harvest
Panicle blight is affecting Louisiana rice as farmers in the southern end of the state are gearing up for harvest,
Loading facility to export rice
A facility aimed at helping farmers export rough rice to Mexico by rail is progressing and could be in operation by
Rice farming blogs debut
Two new LSU AgCenter blogs related to rice farming have made debuts this season on the Web. Natalie Hummel,
Budget cuts could hurt research
The LSU AgCenter Rice Research Station Field Day held July 1 gave the rice industry a chance to learn what researchers
Flood fields to save birds
Qualifying farmers will be paid to flood their fields, providing alternative habitat for waterfowl that would normally
Oil in soil detection
An LSU AgCenter soil scientist has been working on a project to help detect oil and other hydrocarbons in soil, and it
LSU AgCenter Master Farmer field days
Louisiana Master Farmer Program participants can attend any of a series of field days throughout Louisiana this year to
Predicting sugarcane season ‘iffy’
This spring has the LSU AgCenter sugarcane specialist scratching his head, but he is sure the cold, wet winter has
Weather speeds rice planting - Louisiana
Louisiana farmers started the 2010 rice-planting season with caution, worried that wet fields might require more
Rice: more in north Louisiana
More north Louisiana farmers are switching to rice instead of corn, soybeans and cotton. Garrett Marsh of Tallulah,
Water weevil, stink bug in rice
Controlling insects that prey on rice crops was the focus of a recent LSU AgCenter workshop. Agriculture consultants,
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