Source: Kentucky State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environment

The first confirmed Asian longhorned tick for the state of Kentucky was found in Martin County. The … Read More

As part of a horn fly control program many producers feed a loose mineral or some other type of supplement with an insect growth regulator (IGR) such as methoprene or diflubenzuron. Insect growth regulators do not kill adult flies but will prevent larvae and pupae in the manure from turning … Read More

Source: Texas Animal Health Commission | May 16, 2019

Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) livestock inspectors discovered fever ticks on cattle originating from a Webb County premises during a routine voluntary inspection at a program dipping vat on April 23, 2019.

The … Read More

Source: by Trisha Gedon for Oklahoma State University

With the rain much of Texas and Oklahoma have received, standing water results in … Read More

Source: USDA APHIS

RVs, UTVs and other vehicles that have been parked for a while can harbor pests or egg masses, which, if not removed before being moved, can begin infestations in new areas.

THE THREAT… Read More

Source: AgriLife Today | April 28, 2019

Aedes aegypti mosquito

Homeowners beware, mosquitos are on the move.

Dr. Mike Merchant, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomologist, Dallas, said temperatures are … Read More

Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department | April 30, 2019

TPWD picture of giant salvinia courtesy Larry D. Hodge

Recent vegetation surveys conducted … Read More

As internal parasites become tougher to control, striking the balance between effective parasite control and anthelmintic resistance is critical.

A research grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for nearly $1.2 million is supporting work at Kansas State University toward combating a disease that affects cattle in the U.S. and globally. Kathryn Reif, assistant professor in the diagnostic medicine and pathobiology department in the Kansas State University College of … Read More

Source: USDA APHIS | April 1, 2019

Spring is a popular time to travel and vacation, but unfortunately, people aren’t the only ones on the move. Therefore, April has been named “Invasive Plant Pest … Read More