Officials Warn Of Unsolicited Seeds Sent From China To Americans, Including MarylandersMarylanders should be on the lookout for suspicious packets of seeds from China after people across the country, including in Maryland, have gotten them unexpectedly, the state's agriculture department said Monday.
It's 'Highly Unlikely' That 'Murder Hornet' Is In Maryland, State Says After Getting Many Calls When Insect Was Found In Washington StateMaryland's Department of Agriculture told residents if anyone has found a suspicious insect on their property, to send pictures to ppwm.mda@maryland.gov. 
Baltimore County Horse Tests Positive For Equine HerpesvirusThe Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Animal Health Program confirmed Thursday a horse in Baltimore County tested positive for Equine Herpesvirus. 
Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Issued In Cecil, Harford CountiesThe Maryland Department of Agriculture issued a spotted lanternfly quarantine Monday in Cecil and Harford counties. 
Spotted Lanternfly Treatment Underway To Combat Invasive Species In MarylandAn invasive species that could affect crops and gardens in Maryland were spotted this summer-- and that's why the federal government is working with the state to spray for the pests. 
'Last Year Was One Of The Worst' | Maryland Department Of Agriculture Preparing For Mosquito Season After 2018 OutbreakIt's summertime, and it's open season on us.
Maryland Department Of Agriculture Set To Begin Routine Mosquito Control ActivitiesAs mosquito season gets underway, the Maryland Department of Agriculture's mosquito control program will be active in communities throughout the state. 
Maryland Agencies Respond After Eagle DeathsTwo Maryland agencies are boosting outreach efforts to collect illegal pesticides after recent poisonings of bald eagles.
Md. Department Of Agriculture Launches 'Manure Happens' CampaignThe Maryland Department of Agriculture launched its 2019 "Manure Happens" public education campaign.
Marylanders Warned To Be On The Lookout For Longhorned TickWhether it's as small as a family pet, or as large as a horse, both are potentially on the menu for the Longhorned tick.
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.