Although current food safety measures include barring wildlife as much as possible, ecologically diverse farms may be safer, a Washington State University study involving 70 farms throughout the West Coast finds.
The first of two keynote talks at Biocontrols Conference USA West focuses on how to make IPM work for you. The second keynote spotlights why planning your biological control program is vital to its success.
The science behind controlling vegetable diseases and insects using softer chemistries has made great strides recently. The Biocontrols USA West Conference (in Portland, OR, on March 14 and 15) will include three classes to update you on what works and what doesn’t.