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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).
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.
Louisiana Master Farmer Program
The Louisiana Master Farmer Program
The Louisiana Master Farmer Program helps agricultural producers voluntarily address the environmental concerns related to production agriculture, as well as enhance their production and resource management skills that will be critical for the continued viability of Louisiana agriculture.
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.
Webster Parish
Webster Parish Master Farmer Participants
Managing Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
Managing Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
Properly identifying the ant species is the first step in determining whether and how to control them. In this publication there are options for managing various kinds of imported fire ant problems.
Managing Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
Managing Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
Properly identifying the ant species is the first step in determining whether and how to control them. In this publication there are options for managing various kinds of imported fire ant problems.
West Carroll Parish
West Carroll Parish Master Farmer Participants
Acadia Parish
Acadia Parish Master Farmer Participants
Evangeline Parish
Evangeline Parish Master Farmer Participants
St. Landry Parish
St. Landry Parish Master Farmer Participants
Rapides Parish
Rapides Parish Master Farmer Participants
Natchitoches Parish
Natchitoches Parish Master Farmer Participants
Pointe Coupee Parish
Pointe Coupee Parish Master Farmers Participants
Grant Parish
Grant Parish Master Farmer Participants
East Baton Rouge Parish
East Baton Rouge Parish Master Farmer Participants
Avoyelles Parish
Avoyelles Parish Master Farmer Participants
Vernon Parish
Vernon Parish Master Farmer Participants
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The Tawny Crazy Ant in Louisiana
Summarizes the spread of the Nylanderia fulva, hairy crazy ant, across the southern U.S. and the confusing proliferation of common and scientific names used for it.
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