Destructive Ash Tree Beetle Spreads To More Md. CountiesThe Maryland Department of Agriculture says a beetle that attacks ash trees has spread to four more counties.
2 Raccoons Test Positive For Rabies; Person & Cow BittenThe Garrett County Health Department has announced two raccoons, one that bit a cow and one that bit a person, have both tested positive for rabies.
Maryland Department Of Agriculture Targets Mosquitoes On Eastern ShoreTaking them out before they bite. That's what's going on right now in Maryland marshes as the state wages war on mosquitoes.
Major Target: Crews Spray For Mosquitoes On Eastern Shore The Maryland Department of Agriculture is going after mosquitoes.
Maryland Takes Aim At MosquitoesThe Maryland Department of Agriculture says it's launching an aerial offensive to combat mosquitoes.
Md. Grants Available For Specialty Crops The Maryland Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for a competitive grant program to fund projects that solely enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops.
Md. Urges Awareness Of Invasive Species The Maryland Department of Agriculture is urging residents to help reduce the spread of invasive species that pose a threat to agricultural and natural resources.
Md. Withdraws Proposed Fertilizer Regulations Amid Farmers' ConcernsThe Maryland Department of Agriculture is withdrawing proposed fertilizer regulations.
Maryland's Seed Law About To Be 100 Years OldMaryland's seed law is turning 100.
Spraying Continues In Baltimore Co. To Combat Spread Of West Nile Virus The first of two planned mosquito spraying has occurred in the Milford area to suppress the transmission of West Nile Virus, where a human case was identified.
MDA To Spray For Mosquitoes In Anne Arundel County To Prevent West Nile Virus SpreadThe Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) will spray for mosquitoes in Anne Arundel County after cases of West Nile Virus reported in Maryland.
Unknown Person Decorates Concrete Cows In Md.The rumors are udderly false. Whoever decorates the cows in front of the Maryland Department of Agriculture building in Annapolis can keep doing it.