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Plant Protection and Weed Control Program--General Publications
Recent Submissions to Plant Protection and Weed Control Program--General Publications
General publications on specific invasive weeds, plants and insects that can damage native species or economic crops grown in Kansas. These publications may be on a specific threat or a publications on several similar types of threats.
Plant Protection and Weed Control staff work to ensure the health of the state’s native and cultivated plants by excluding or controlling destructive pests, diseases and weeds. Staff examine and analyze pest conditions in crop fields, rangelands, greenhouses and nurseries. Action taken to control potential infestations of new pests, whether they are insects, plants diseases or weeds, is beneficial to the economy and the environment.
Our mission is to:
* Exclude or control harmful insects, plant diseases and weeds;
* Ensure Kansas plants and plant products entering commerce are free from quarantine pests;
* Provide customers with inspection and certification services.