Shed some light on ways to prevent this pervasive plant from darkening your ﬁelds.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this common disease.
All sprays produce some drift — but paying attention to a few simple things can help keep your spray where it belongs.
Forecasting pests can be tricky. While conditions that favor or curb various insects or diseases can give plant […]
Weather conditions conducive for possible further development of deadly disease that dogs tomatoes and potatoes.
Because aphids have the potential to rapidly contaminate plants, preventing their establishment is critical for the production of quality crops.
Nutrient Technologies announces Acrecio will be available to growers across the country.
You carry a computer/camera with you everywhere you go; use it to help control pesky weeds.
The annual and perennial plants out of place that plague farmers’ fields are here to stay, and here’s why.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this malady.
The non-fumigant practice is gaining attention to fight pests in crops.
Bacillus thuringiensis products are not new, but there are new reasons for using them.
Grimmway Farms’ Kimberly Horton explains how you can apply good lab techniques to field-level testing and get the best results from your biologicals program.
USDA researchers have identified a chemical that makes pheromone traps more effective in killing the brown marmorated stink bug.
Heed these tips to effectively identify, monitor, and manage this malady.
The era where large pieces of equipment rule the land on farms is nearing an end.
Earlier this year, U.C. Santa Barbara’s Ashley Larsen and University of British Columbia’s Frederik Noack released an 8-year study on how crop diversity and other landscape features drive insecticide use.