Agriculture and Natural Resources

   

Maryland Horse Industry Board

If you are a BOARDING, LESSON, RENTAL, RESCUE or SANCTUARY STABLE with one or more horses, and solicit business from the public, you must obtain a Maryland Stable License.  Exemptions include Thoroughbred, Standardbred and Steeplechase breeding and training farms.


Plant or Insect Diagnosis-How to prepare...

Submit a plant sample to be identified or diagnosed.

Submit an insect sample to be identified.

Please complete a plant/insect data sheet to accompany sample.

Fall 2016 Farm News

Spring 2016 Farm News

For information on Nutrient Voucher Training and Pesticide Recertification Training or a New Beginning Farmer Workshop Series and much more, check out Farm News.


Other Links that May Interest You


Agricultural Professionals

Research-based information is provided through educational programs, seminars, fact sheets, meetings, and newsletters.  Specific topics include:  Field and horticultural crop and livestock production, management, marketing, and farm management.  Fertilization - including nutrient management planning, pest management and safe pesticide use; Conservation, protection and enhancement of water, soil and other natural resources.


Homeowners and Gardeners

Free or low-cost publications are available on home food production, lawn care, ornamentals, wells and septic systems as well as other topics.  Publications are available on our Home & Garden website at www.hgic.umd.edu

University of Maryland's soil testing lab was closed in 2003 but you can still find information on soil testing on our Home and Garden Information site.

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For more information, contact Elizabeth Solis-McGarry; 301-934-5403.

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