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  1. Daniel Gill Associate Professor Retired School of Plant, Environmental and Soil Sciences DGill@agcenter.lsu.edu 149 J. C. Miller Hall Baton Rouge, LA 70803 225-578-2110 Professional Innovate . Educate . Improve Lives The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture

  2. The Southern Garden LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill provides expert advice on the issues you are seeing in your southern garden today Getting Rid of Giant Reed Grass Read about Dan's solution for removing this from your yard. Bald Ponytail Palm Dan Gill responds to a question about a ponytail palm losing its fronds. Sweet Olive Tree

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    Apr 01, 2017 · Dan Gill. Former Host of Bayou Garden. Dan is an Associate Professor in Consumer Horticulture with the LSU AgCenter. He is the spokesperson for the LSU AgCenter’s "Get It Growing project," an effort encouraging home horticulture throughout Louisiana. Dan is also author of "Month-by-Month Gardening in Louisiana" and co-author of the "Louisiana Gardener’s Guide."

  5. Apr 05, 2018 · By Dan Gill LSU AgCenter Horticulturist (04/06/18) Fertilizing lawns in most of Louisiana is best done in early to mid-April. At that time our warm-season lawn grasses, such as centipede, St. Augustine, bermuda and zoysia, have begun active growth, reestablished a strong root system and are ready for the extra nutrients fertilization provides.

  6. Jul 28, 2016 · Try native plants in your landscape. Richard C. Bogren. By Dan Gill. LSU AgCenter Horticulturist. (07/29/16) Native plants are not used as much as they could be in our landscapes. While natives cannot satisfactorily replace all of the many types of plants we use, incorporating native plants when and where we can is a good thing.

  7. Mar 10, 2017 · By Dan Gill. LSU AgCenter Horticulturist. (03/10/17) Convincing a group of kids that herbs are important is easy. Just mention pizza (oregano), spearmint gum (spearmint), dill pickles (dill) and peppermint candy (peppermint), and you’ll have them all agreeing that herbs are great. Adults generally need no such convincing because most of us know that herbs are vital to flavor many dishes.

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