Biological control — whether you’re talking about biochemicals, microbial products, beneficials, or even the relatively new category of […]
Grapple herbicide works on pre- and post-emergent weeds in orchards and vineyards.
Proposal is a part of agency’s focus on reducing herbicide injury in vulnerable crops.
The University of New Hampshire has received half a million dollars to investigate if seed treatments inadvertently protect weed seeds from its usual predators.
Take a look at these tips for identifying and treating this pervasive weed.
The supplemental label for Valent’s Chateau herbicide is particularly welcome for California growers of bearing citrus fruit, as it’s a new use.
For growers in the Sunshine State, the battle with pesky plants out of place never ends.
Surgically placed fumigants at the base of promising pest management method for vegetable growers.
Broad spectrum preemergent herbicide to control broadleaf and grasses.
Increases in labor costs will affect the costs of production of vegetable crops in California, so growers will have to take advantage of production practices that help reduce weed pressure.
A pest in the West, purslane has potential to impact all vegetables grown throughout North America.
Topics covered include how weed seeds travel, when they germinate, and ways they can be eliminated.
The agency has determined that risks to non-target plants warrant additional label restrictions when products are applied either by ground or air.
Successfully suppress troublesome, unwanted plants with the help of cover crops.
With harvest ending, weed control might not be top of mind at a lot of vineyards. But it […]
The infested field was placed on hold and appropriate safeguards were implemented to prevent the movement of seeds on equipment and personnel leaving the field.
New bio-based solutions to effectively control weeds and pests are cropping up.