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
Regarding soil and water conservation, what is Nonpoint Source pollution?
Pollution discharged from over a wide land area, not from one specific location; without a single point of origin.
What are Superior Loblolly Pines?
LDAF Superior Loblolly Pine seedlings are from our first generation seed orchards. These seed orchards have been tested for superior growth and disease resistance. The growth rates on these seedlings average about 17% increase in growth rates from wild or woods run seedlings.
What is the purpose of the apiary law and regulations?
To prevent the introduction into and dissemination within this state of contagious and infectious diseases of honeybees by providing for the registration, inspection, and control of honeybees and apiaries.
How do I submit a seed sample for testing?
Download from this website and complete the Service Sample Submission form. Forward a sample of the seed with the corresponding submission form to the Louisiana State Seed Testing Laboratory.
How do I become a Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) supervisor?
If you are interested in becoming a SWCD Supervisor, contact your local SWCD, typically located in the Parish Agricultural Service Center, or call the Office of Soil & Water Conservation.