Integrated Pest Management Stories
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Crop Protection
February 8, 2016
7 Steps To See If Biocontrols Pencil Out For Your Operation
Have you considered adding biocontrols to your operation? If you have, there’s no doubt you’ve already weighed the potential costs, Read More
Biofungicides supplement methyl bromide alternatives
Berries
February 5, 2016
Moving Beyond Methyl Bromide With Biofungicides
Editor’s note: University of California Farm Advisor Mark Bolda will present much more information on this topic at the Biocontrols Read More
Amblyseius swirskii predatory mite feeding on a thrips
Cucurbits
December 17, 2015
Study: Mighty Mite Might Be Big Benefit For Florida Cucumber Crop
Researchers find predator potent in controlling thrips. Read More
Trissolcus japonicus
Fruits
October 22, 2015
New Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Killer Discovered In Pacific Northwest
Parasitic wasp find leads Washington State University researchers to declare ‘We struck it rich.’ Read More
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Crop Protection
October 15, 2015
EPA Registers New Bionematicide
Marrone Bio Innovations product provides new mode of action, keeping insect eggs from hatching. Read More
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Crop Protection
July 22, 2015
Regional Integrated Pest Management Grants Reduced Pest Risks In The West
The program created tools and training information designed for Western growers. Read More
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Fruits
May 12, 2015
New Integrated Pest Management App Available
A new free app, IPMinfo, has been developed by University of California (UC) Cooperative Extension’s Surendra Dara in an effort Read More
blue orchard bee
Integrated Pest Management
March 30, 2015
Blue Orchard Bee Shows Promise As An Alternative Pollinator In Almonds
The native bee Osmia lignaria could soon be a valuable piece of the pollinator mix, especially for smaller almond growers. Read More
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Fruits
March 23, 2015
Biocontrols Event Draws Rave Reviews
Conference devoted to discussion of biological means to control pests and diseases held last month in Fresno, CA. Read More
Florida organic strawberry research
Fruits
March 19, 2015
Parry America Aims To Boost Biopesticide Business Via Sales & Marketing Hire
Brian Dockery tapped to drive growth of company’s specialty crop sector. Read More
BMSB featured
Fruits
March 18, 2015
Stink Bug Predator Found In U.S.
Wasp native to Asia attacks brown marmorated stink bug eggs. Read More
recently harvested avocadoes
Disease Control
March 18, 2015
UAVs, Dogs Called In To Battle Deadly Avocado Fungus 
Florida International University researchers team modern technology with man’s best friend to hunt down and detect laurel wilt disease. Read More
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Crop Protection
April 7, 2016
6 Steps To Increase Efficiencies On The …
Embracing industry changes, New York’s Turek Farms looks to find better ways to get the job done. Read More
Integrated Pest Management
February 16, 2016
Florida Extension Agent Honored For His …
Gene McAvoy named a member of Syngenta’s Resistance Fighter Leadership Program. Read More
Crop Protection
February 9, 2016
Biopesticides And IPM
Dr. Surendra Dara, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops Advisor and Affiliated IPM Advisor with University of California Cooperative Extension, has long Read More
Crop Protection
February 8, 2016
7 Steps To See If Biocontrols Pencil Out…
Have you considered adding biocontrols to your operation? If you have, there’s no doubt you’ve already weighed the potential costs, Read More
Berries
February 5, 2016
Moving Beyond Methyl Bromide With Biofun…
Editor’s note: University of California Farm Advisor Mark Bolda will present much more information on this topic at the Biocontrols Read More
Cucurbits
December 17, 2015
Study: Mighty Mite Might Be Big Benefit …
Researchers find predator potent in controlling thrips. Read More
Fruits
October 22, 2015
New Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Killer Di…
Parasitic wasp find leads Washington State University researchers to declare ‘We struck it rich.’ Read More
Crop Protection
October 15, 2015
EPA Registers New Bionematicide
Marrone Bio Innovations product provides new mode of action, keeping insect eggs from hatching. Read More
Crop Protection
July 22, 2015
Regional Integrated Pest Management Gran…
The program created tools and training information designed for Western growers. Read More
Fruits
May 12, 2015
New Integrated Pest Management App Avail…
A new free app, IPMinfo, has been developed by University of California (UC) Cooperative Extension’s Surendra Dara in an effort Read More
Integrated Pest Management
March 30, 2015
Blue Orchard Bee Shows Promise As An Alt…
The native bee Osmia lignaria could soon be a valuable piece of the pollinator mix, especially for smaller almond growers. Read More
Fruits
March 23, 2015
Biocontrols Event Draws Rave Reviews
Conference devoted to discussion of biological means to control pests and diseases held last month in Fresno, CA. Read More
Fruits
March 19, 2015
Parry America Aims To Boost Biopesticide…
Brian Dockery tapped to drive growth of company’s specialty crop sector. Read More
Fruits
March 18, 2015
Stink Bug Predator Found In U.S.
Wasp native to Asia attacks brown marmorated stink bug eggs. Read More
Disease Control
March 18, 2015
UAVs, Dogs Called In To Battle Deadly Av…
Florida International University researchers team modern technology with man’s best friend to hunt down and detect laurel wilt disease. Read More
Citrus
March 12, 2015
IPM Is Now Mainstream In The West
New Western IPM Center report shows integrated pest management is widely used and has slashed pesticide use in the western U.S. Read More
Crop Protection
February 10, 2015
At Paramount Farming, Mating Disruption …
To say Brad Higbee is an expert in mating disruption, the use of pheromones to confuse target pests and reduce Read More
Integrated Pest Management
January 28, 2015
What You Need To Know To Maintain An Eff…
Greenhouse expert Karin Tifft discusses the importance of scouting, pest identification, control options, and the importance of sanitation. Read More
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