Scientists find naturally occurring repellent that could keep disease-carrying beetles at bay.
Minecto Pro from Syngenta has received EPA approval for use in specialty and vegetable crops to control lepidopteran and other pests.
An integrated approach is key to managing this destructive pest.
The biological product attacks spider mites in two ways.
Syngenta’s CruiserMaxx Vibrance receives EPA registration.
Reported in outdoor landscapes this year, vegetable growers must be prepared to mitigate the spread of the Q-Biotype.
Growers have the opportunity to comment on a draft of human health risk assessment.
Projects aim to reduce pests, weeds, and diseases on farms through IPM.
A bacteria found in roundworms could be a future control of a root-hungry pest in raspberries and potatoes.
Learn behavior, signs of damage, and management techniques for these vegetable predators.
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.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this voracious pest.
The Sunshine State is ground zero when it comes to foreign pests that can turn agriculture upside down.
The notorious brown marmorated stink bug has turned up in large numbers in the Pacific Northwest, no damage to crops.
Researcher says growers must be up-to-date on spray programs.
Researchers will begin to explore new ways to break the reproductive cycle of this pest.
Tactics to manage the pest of cucurbits include proper scouting, trap cropping, plus cultural and chemical controls.