Oregon offered stunning views and inspiring agriculture operations practicing biocontrol for plant pests and diseases.
Dynamic speakers at this year’s Biocontrols USA West Conference & Expo in Portland, OR, target fire blight, stink bug trouble spots, and greater understanding of biopesticides.
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.
It’s time to think holistically because taking a piecemeal approach just doesn’t make a lot of sense when dealing with today’s complex orchard systems.
Legislation formally defines specialty segment of products, opening up options for growers and opportunities for suppliers.
Fire blight, invasive pests, integrated pest management, and the latest biopesticides for fruit production among topics at the annual conference.
Botanical insecticides are an effective early season standalone treatment as well as in combination with conventional products, says Murray […]
With groves bouncing back from Hurricane Irma, growers are ready to move forward and plan for the future.
Researchers and producers are looking at implementing cover crops, compost, and biostimulants to improve soil health in Florida’s signature crop.
Industry survey results reveal interesting insights on the growing integration of biological controls into pest management programs.
Hops, organic vegetable production, and beneficial and predatory research among highlights of this year’s pre-conference learning opportunity.
While pome fruit growers may use conventional products such as antibiotics to treat trees in the orchard, new resistant strains have generated interest in alternative methods.
FruitGrowerConnect and VegetableGrowerConnect provide growers with insight into the latest products and services.
Coming off a tough season, the industry is ready to kick-start a new year on a positive note at annual gathering in Ft. Pierce.
A change of crop protection mindset may be necessary, but leading entomologists and plant pathologists say integrating biological products into even a conventional spray program is possible.
Biocontrols USA East 2018 pre-conference road trip puts into perspective driving forces behind modern food production and consumer demand.
Popular on-the-go crop protection learning experience ready to roll in Rochester.