The Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, known as the LSU AgCenter, is one of 11 institutions within the Louisiana State University System. The LSU AgCenter’s mission is to provide the people of Louisiana with research-based educational information that will improve their lives and economic well-being. The LSU AgCenter includes the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, which conducts agricultural-based research, and the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service, which extends the knowledge derived from research to the people of the state. The LSU AgCenter plays an integral role in supporting agricultural industries, enhancing the environment, and improving the quality of life through its 4-H youth, family and consumer sciences, and community development programs.
The LSU AgCenter is headquartered in Baton Rouge and shares physical facilities with the LSU A&M campus, which is the state’s flagship university. Many of the researchers and extension specialists with the LSU AgCenter also have joint appointments in 11 departments within LSU’s College of Agriculture.
The Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station includes 20 research stations across the state at which the research necessary for agricultural enterprises to be profitable in the environments of each area is conducted. The research stations and locations are: Aquaculture, Burden and Central, all in Baton Rouge; Calhoun in Calhoun; Coastal Area in Port Sulphur; Dean Lee in Alexandria; Hammond in Hammond; Hill Farm in Homer; Iberia in Jeanerette; Bob R. Jones Idlewild in Clinton; Macon Ridge in Winnsboro; Northeast in St. Joseph; Pecan in Shreveport; Red River in Bossier City; Reproductive Biology and Sugar in St. Gabriel; Rice in Crowley; Rosepine in Rosepine; Southeast in Franklinton; and Sweet Potato in Chase.
Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Second Series . (various titles : Louisiana technical bulletin; Bulletin; Louisiana bulletin)
Baton Rouge, La : Agricultural Experiment Station, -1905.
[Baton Rouge] : Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College [Baton Rouge] : Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, 1955-
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Baton Rouge, Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. 1957-
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Special bulletin . 1893-
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LSU College of Agriculture
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