New formulation of broad-spectrum bioinsecticide protects against navel orangeworm, Asian citrus psyllid, spotted wing drosophila, and more.
Bacillus thuringiensis products are not new, but there are new reasons for using them.
We talk with Agrinos’ Terry Stone to help you get a better handle on this new category of products and what they can add to the yield and quality of your crop.
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.
The inaugural BiocontrolsSM USA East Conference & Expo in Orlando, FL, featured two days of educational sessions focused […]
New hire to help guide company’s new growth.
Quality and profitability are two important factors that drive our agricultural markets. We have fine-tuned our cultivation processes […]
Howler fungicide, developed by AgBiome, receives EPA registration for high-value, specialty crops.
While insect and disease pressure differs from U.S., South African fruit growers say education and slow transitions make for successful integration of biological products.
USDA OKs field release of pest with self-limiting gene at Cornell research farm.
Addition of LAM International to allow for expansion of product development.
Event focuses on microbial control strategies.
Growing conditions in the East are breeding grounds for pathogens, and coupled with highly susceptible Vitis vinifera cultivars proves to make sustainable grape growing practices a challenge.
The editors at American Fruit Grower and Western Fruit Grower were curious about how biocontrols are impacting the industry. So we took a look at our 2017 State of the Fruit Industry Survey to see what patterns are emerging. Here’s what we learned.
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.
Driven by new innovation and consumer demand, growers look to the biocontrol sector for new solutions.
Industry event highlighting alternative pest management methods draws interested crowd to Reno.