This is only the second time the notorious peach fruit fly species has been spotted in the Sunshine State.
Increasingly, the general public — and the retailers that serve them — expect food to be produced more sustainability. Biological control is a good option for growers looking to fill that demand.
Consider using these advancements to improve the delivery of your biological control investments.
Effectively managing pests in plasticulture crops requires the ability to dig a little deeper.
Now that six-spotted thrips are no longer routinely eliminated by “hard” chemicals, they’re dispatching pesky spider mites.
Tiny pest a possible culprit in reported widespread crop losses.
When faced with spotted wing drosophila (SWD), it’s critical for growers to keep in mind this is almost […]
Biological control has moved into the mainstream. After years of experimentation and new and improved technologies, biocontrol is […]
What you need to know to identify and control this pest.
Forecasting pests can be tricky. While conditions that favor or curb various insects or diseases can give plant […]
Because aphids have the potential to rapidly contaminate plants, preventing their establishment is critical for the production of quality crops.
The non-fumigant practice is gaining attention to fight pests in crops.
USDA researchers have identified a chemical that makes pheromone traps more effective in killing the brown marmorated stink bug.
Follow these tips on identifying and managing this pest with a tarnished reputation.
A large survey to be conducted this winter to scout for populations possibly established or trying to establish in the state.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this winged pest.
Syngenta receives California registration for Minecto Pro insecticide, to be used on tree nuts, citrus, and vegetables.