As a regulatory agency of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, the Division of Plant Industry works to detect, intercept and control plant and honey bee pests that threaten Florida’s native and commercially grown plants and agricultural resources.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Plant Industry
1911 SW 34th St.
Gainesville, FL 32608-1201
(352) 395-4610 Fax
(352) 395-4600 (Helpline Number, Outside of the United States)
Division of Plant Industry informational and training videos and public service announcements.
- Oriental Fruit Fly, Bactrocera dorsalis
- Bemisia tabaci, Gennadius Q biotype [ ]
- Florida Grades and Standards for Nursery Plants [ ]
- Texas Peach Caribbean Fruit Fly Protocol 2014 [ ]
- Apiary Rulemaking Draft and Sample Beekeeper Compliance Agreement
- Florida Apiary/Citrus Industry Link — Mapping Service
- Giant African Land Snails
- Citrus Health Response Program
- Travelers Don't Pack a Pest
- Plant & Pest Permit Information
- Pest Alerts
- Venomous Spiders
- Moving Plants to Florida
- Laurel Wilt
- Conehead Termite
- Tomato Leafminer, Tuta absoluta
You Can Help Protect Florida Agriculture
- Don't Move Firewood — Firewood may contain insect pests and plant diseases that could easily spread to other locations. The best way to protect your forest is to use firewood from the area where you plan to burn it.
- Declare Agricultural Items — Don't Pack a Pest — Unsuspecting travelers bring in plants, animals, animal products, food and other agricultural items that can contain harmful pests and diseases. When you travel ... declare agricultural items and don't pack a pest.
- Save the Guac — Learn more about the insect and disease threatening avocados, and what you can do to help. Laurel wilt disease, caused by a fungus transmitted by the invasive redbay ambrosia beetle, kills avocado and other trees in the laurel family. These insects can enter Florida on infested firewood and host trees from unregistered nurseries.
Recent DPI Publications
- Plant Pathology Circular 382 (revised): Alternanthera Mosaic Virus in Portulaca species [ ]
- Entomology Circular 428: Ladybird Beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) Recently Immigrant to Florida [ ]
- Entomology Circular 427: Woolly oak aphids in Florida (Hemiptera: Aphididae) [ ]
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