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Honeybee Removal and Swarm Collection
Beekeepers who will remove honeybees from walls, structures and trees or collect swarms. Some will remove other bees and wasps. Some travel across the state; others restrict their service area.
Timber Reports
Reports provided by Dr. Shaun Tanger, LSU AgCenter Extension Forest Economist: Timber Prices (quarterly); Timber Outlook (annual); Timber Impact (annual); Logging Economic Impact Study (annual).
LA Wildlife Federation Conservation Educator Award
The Louisiana Master Farmer Program
2015 Master Farmer University Scheduled January 12, 2015, in West Monroe
Biting Mosquito
Mosquito Landing Rate Counts
As a part of a state-supported aerial mosquito spraying program coordinated by the Louisiana Department of Heath and Hospitals, mosquito landing rate counts are required before and after aerial spraying is conducted.
Wildlife News
Louisiana Wildlife News
Louisiana Wildlife News is a bimonthly publication intended to serve as an outlet for wildlife issues relevant to Louisiana and the Southeast. In addition to current news events, profiles on specific plant, wildlife and nuisance wildlife species are included in each issue.
East Baton Rouge Parish
East Baton Rouge Parish Master Farmer Participants
Acadia Parish
Acadia Parish Master Farmer Participants
Bug Biz: Removing Bees From Walls
Bug Biz: Removing Bees From Walls
The process of removing honeybees from walls in a house is complex. This publication explains how to safely and properly remove the bees from your walls. (PDF format only)
AHB distribution in the west.
Bee Ready Vol. 72 September 2005
Volume 72 provides information on the African honeybee movement into Louisiana, Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry district offices, The state beekeepers' meeting, the October field day at the USDA Bee Breeding and Physiology Laboratory and the State Fair honey competition.
Bee Ready Vol. 71 March 2005
Provides Honeybee informatiom in Louisiana. Includes honey prices, pest control, bee hive registration information as well as information on swarms and removal of bees.
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Keeping Formosan Termites from Spreading after Hurricanes
Cleaning up wood debris after a hurricane or other severe windstorm can spread one of Louisiana’s most destructive pests – the Formosan subterranean termite.
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Argentine Ant: Feeding Preferences and Strategies
This poster discusses natural feeding preferences, adapted feeding preferences and feeding strategies of the Argentine Ant.
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Cost-Effective Methods for Cultural Control of Argentine Ants
This poster addresses where Argentine Ants are found in Louisiana, as well as cost-effective ways to control them.
Bee Ready Vol. 76 - November 2006
The winners of the 2006 honey competition competed in three categories: Light Honey, Amber Honey and Dark Honey. Due to the reduced number of entries, the competition will be discontinued at the state fair. The competition will be moved to the state beekeepers meeting if enough requests are made for it to continue.
Homeowner Pesticides: Ornamentals & Turf
This Web page examines the materials available to the homeowners for use on ornamentals and turf.
Native subterranean workers and a soldier
"Native" Subterranean Termites
Includes images and descriptions of subterranean termites that are indigenous to Louisiana.
Union Parish
Union Parish Master Farmer Participants
Lincoln Parish
Lincoln Parish Master Farmer Participants
Claiborne Parish
Claiborne Parish Master Farmer Participants
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How can I tell if I have Formosan termites in my house?
Learn how to inspect and treat your home for Formosan subterranean termites.
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