Neonicotinoids, a key weapon in the grower’s arsenal against potato psyllids, is becoming less effective, a team of researchers […]
American Vegetable Grower was curious about how biocontrols are impacting the industry. So we took a look at our State of the Vegetable Industry Survey to see what patterns may emerge.
Editor’s note: Wendy Zellner made an in-depth presentation on silicon and its use as a biocontrol agent in […]
The new technology of fruit growing may not be what we expected. In fact, it’s likely more than we imagined.
Industry event highlighting alternative pest management methods draws interested crowd to Reno.
The Biocontrols USA 2016 Conference & Expo explored new ways to make biological control a mainstream part of your pest management program.
Dr. Surendra Dara, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops Advisor and Affiliated IPM Advisor with University of California Cooperative Extension, […]
Have you considered adding biocontrols to your operation? If you have, there’s no doubt you’ve already weighed the […]
Conference devoted to discussion of biological means to control pests and diseases held last month in Fresno, CA.
The first-of-its-kind event brought growers, researchers, regulators, and suppliers together for a two-day discussion on the latest biocontrols tools and technologies.
We take a look inside the exhibit hall at the Biocontrols 2015 Conference & Tradeshow.
From biostimulants in celery and avocado to biopesticides in citrus and strawberries, consultant David Holden conducts in-the-field research that attests to the effectiveness of biocontrols.
How well do you know biocontrol? The first-ever Biocontrols Conference & Tradeshow is ready to help.
Topping the inaugural event’s marquee are presentations on “Driving Crop Quality and Productivity Using Biocontrols” by representatives from two of the largest produce growing organizations in the country.