Plant Pest Fact Sheets
Aquatic SnailsAsian LadybugAsian Longhorned BeetleAsian Citrus Psyllid ProfileBamboo Spider MiteBean PlataspidBed BugBoll WeevilBoxwood BlightBrown Marmorated Stink Bug Burrowing NematodeCactus MothChill ThripsChrysanthemum White RustCitrus BlackflyCitrus Black SpotCitrus CankerCitrus GreeningCitrus Leprosis VirusCitrus Longhorned BeetleCitrus Tristeza VirusCogongrassCotton Seed BugCrape Myrtle Bark ScaleCrazy Rasberry Ants (aka hairy crazy ants)Daylily LeafminerDiaprepes Root WeevilDuponchelia fovealis (moth)Emerald Ash BorerGeranium WiltGiant SalviniaGladiolus RustGypsy MothJapanese BeetleLethal YellowingLight Brown Apple MothMexican Rice BorerOrange Rust of SugarcanePanicle Rice MitePine Shoot BeetlePink Hibiscus MealybugPlant Feeding SnailsRed Palm MiteRed Palm Weevil|Rose RosetteShot-Hole BorerSirex WoodwaspSouth American Palm WeevilSoybean RustSpotted Wing DrosophilaSudden Oak DeathSweet Orange ScabSweet Potato WeevilTexas Phoenix DeclineThousand Canker DiseaseTropical Soda AppleTropical SpiderwortWoolly Whitefly
How do I get a Project WET workshop scheduled at my school?
To schedule a Project WET workshop, contact the OSWC. For more information on the Project WET Program, visit www.projectwet.org.
How do I find a Louisiana Producer?
Please consult the directories on our Trade Directories page.
What types of facilities are eligible to participate in LDAF Agricultural Solid Waste programs?
Agricultural processors such as rice and sugar mills, grain elevators, cotton gins and sweet potato processors. Aquaculture processors such as crawfish, shrimp, oyster and finfish cleaning/packaging operations. Also wood waste disposal operations, and stable manure disposal.
What are Best Management Practices (BMPs)?
Best Management Practice: An accepted practice for natural resources management within a land-use operation such as farming; may include one or more conservation practices.
How do I file a horticulture complaint?
To file a complaint, call 225-952-8100 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the appropriate district office as indicated on the AES District Map.