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Red River Research Station Video
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Located just south of Bossier City on 572 acres, the Red River Research Station is engaged in crops, horticultural, beef cattle and environmental research. The station is a leader in greenhouse tomato studies and has constructed wetlands to study the effects of runoff from agricultural fields. It also conducts disease and entomological research on cotton, corn and soybeans-crops common to northwest Louisiana.

Red River Research Station Video (Mobile Version)
(Video) Located just south of Bossier City on 572 acres, the Red River Research Station is engaged in crops, horticultural, beef cattle and environmental research. The station is a leader in greenhouse tomato studies and has constructed wetlands to study the effects of runoff from agricultural fields. It also conducts disease and entomological research on cotton, corn and soybeans-crops common to northwest Louisiana.

High yields, prices mark La. agriculture in 2012
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(Video News 12/21/12) 2012 was a good year for Louisiana farmers. They benefited from high yields and prices. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard has the story. (Runtime: 1:55)

Soybeans yields, prices are high
[Image: Soybean Harvest]

(Video News 09/21/12) Farmers in Louisiana are seeing high prices and high yields with the 2012 soybean harvest. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard has the story. (Runtime: 1:29)

La. corn farmers have great season [Image: Corn Harvest]
(Video News 08/13/12) With about half of the state’s corn crop harvested, growers are happy with the results. LSU AgCenter correspondent Tobie Blanchard spoke with a corn specialist about the season. (Runtime: 1:32)