New bio-based solutions to effectively control weeds and pests are cropping up.
Check out three unique chemistries from several of the industry’s leading crop protection suppliers.
Agricultural officials confirm eradication of invasive pest, lift quarantine restrictions.
As almond yields increase, growers may find themselves with more harvested crop than processors can handle. Proper stockpiling […]
The University of Florida is on the front lines of the battle against mosquito-borne diseases.
First spotted in Pennsylvania in December 2015, the pest has targeted onion, leeks, chives, garlic, and other allium species.
State agriculture commissioner calls for aggressive control efforts amid new local cases involving viral health threat.
The mycoinsecticide is EPA registered and controls a variety of insect pests.
Unique cover crop choice attracts beneficial bugs, increasing pollination prospects and reducing insect threats.
Reports confirm notorious Q-biotype species is now present in eight counties.
More townships added as small populations of the pest are found in municipalities adjacent to previously quarantined areas.
Agri-Mek SC miticide/insecticide from Syngenta controls two spotted spider mites.
The book is designed to help growers who are beginning high tunnel production.
UF/IFAS researchers take optimistic route, say damage from last summer’s invasive pest onslaught could have been much worse.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this insect pest.
Low overwintering mortality means growers should be trapping and monitoring.
UF/IFAS expert warns species likely to cause problems for growers.