Projects to promote beneficial organisms as part of a pest control strategy.
The University of Wisconsin’s John Orrock says when beet armyworms are exposed to concentrations of methyl jasmonate, they will abandon eating tomatoes — and start eating one another.
Research shows single-trap locations are not as effective as those kept close together.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this disease.
Surgically placed fumigants at the base of promising pest management method for vegetable growers.
UF/IFAS researchers develop trapping systems for potent pest; studying other crop protection methods to help save revenue.
Recent rain is conducive to the main strawberry fruit rot diseases, according to the chief of the Southern Region IPM Center.
Industry event highlighting alternative pest management methods draws interested crowd to Reno.
National project needs input on how the nasty pest affected your farms in 2016.
Scientists find naturally occurring repellent that could keep disease-carrying beetles at bay.
Biology, ecology of organic production the focus of two-day event.
An integrated approach is key to managing this destructive pest.
High-quality seed stock with a guaranteed low incidence of disease is the first step to success.
Coordination and integration are key factors to any successful crop protection battle plan.
Projects aim to reduce pests, weeds, and diseases on farms through IPM.
A proactive approach using all applicable IPM tactics is the most effective way to avoid this persistent problem.
Armed with a $3.7 million grant, North Carolina State University researchers have the brown marmorated stink bug, which has been found in 43 states, in their cross hairs.