The Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey Program is a combined effort by state and federal agricultural agencies to conduct surveillance, detection and monitoring of exotic plant pests of agricultural and natural plant resources and biological control agents. Survey targets include plant diseases, insects, weeds, nematodes and other invertebrate organisms.
- Oriental Fruit Fly, Bactrocera dorsalis
- DPI Pest Alerts
- The Old World Bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera [ ]
- Firewood Use at Campsites
- Citrus Greening
- Sudden Oak Death
- Red Palm Mite
Notes: FL Endangered/Threatened Plants [ ]
Computer: Monthly Wallpaper Calendars
Above photos and graphics are from the Florida CAPS archives.