Plant inspection and pest control authority.
Abatement of pests.
Shipment of pests and biological control agents; permits.
Nursery stock; inspection and licensing.
Special inspections; fees.
Cranberry culture; maintenance of dams, etc.
Liability for damages.
Arbitrators to fix damages.
Pay of arbitrators.
Cranberry Growers Association.
Agricultural and vegetable seeds; definitions.
Seed label locations.
Seed labeling requirements.
Seed labeler's license.
Powers and authority of the department.
Stop sale; penalties; enforcement.
Fertilizer and pesticide storage.
Soil and plant additives.
Sale of agricultural lime; license; penalty.
Pesticides; licensing of manufacturers and labelers.
Pesticide manufacturers and labelers: fees and surcharges.
Pesticides; licensing of dealers and distributors of restricted-use pesticides.
Pesticide sales and use reporting system.
Pesticides; prohibited acts.
Pesticides; local regulation.
Veterinary clinic permit.
Pesticides; licensing of commercial application businesses.
Pesticides; licensing of individual commercial applicators.
Pesticides; certification requirements and standards.
Distribution and sale of certain pesticides.
Pesticides; sale and use to control bats.
Distribution and sale of DDT prohibited.
Pesticides; penalties; enforcement.
Pest management for schools.
Agricultural chemical cleanup program.
Honeybee disease and pest control.
Beekeepers, etc.; agricultural pursuit.
Ch. 94 Cross-reference
See definitions in s. 93.01
Plant inspection and pest control authority. 94.01(1)(1)
In the conduct of survey and inspectional programs for the detection, prevention and control of pests, the department may impose quarantines or such other restrictions on the importation into or movement of plants or other material within this state as necessary to prevent or control the dissemination or spread of injurious pests.
In accordance with sub. (1)
, the department, by summary order, may prohibit the removal of any plant, host plant, or other pest-harboring material from any private or public property, or any area of the state which in its judgment contains or is exposed to injurious pests, except under such conditions as in its judgment are necessary to prevent the dissemination or spread of pests, giving written notice thereof to the owner or person in charge of the property. While such order is in effect no person with knowledge thereof shall cause or permit the removal of any such plant, host plant or other pest-harboring material from such property or area, unless it is in compliance with the conditions of such order. Orders issued under this subsection shall be in writing, have the force and effect of an order issued under s. 93.18
, and are subject to right of hearing before the department, if requested within 10 days after date of service. Any party affected by the order may request a preliminary or informal hearing pending the scheduling and conduct of a full hearing.