Unique biological control method could be key to keeping the vector of deadly disease in check.
There are still challenges and questions about these materials, but the science behind the scenes can help improve your crop.
The definition of these products may be a little confusing, but the potential benefits to your crop are worth exploring.
Cornell researchers study new biocontrol agent aimed to help control spread of the notorious pest.
Increasingly, the general public — and the retailers that serve them — expect food to be produced more sustainability. Biological control is a good option for growers looking to fill that demand.
Botanical-based product provides knock-down control of insects, mites, powdery mildew, and botrytis.
Consider using these advancements to improve the delivery of your biological control investments.
When faced with spotted wing drosophila (SWD), it’s critical for growers to keep in mind this is almost […]
Biocontrols are most effective when they are part of an overall strategy to disrupt a pests’ life cycle.
Biological control has moved into the mainstream. After years of experimentation and new and improved technologies, biocontrol is […]
Many microbial products in the market today are backed by trial data that shows when used correctly, they can be a very effective way to improve plant health, suppress pest pressure, and improve yields.
New formulation of broad-spectrum bioinsecticide protects against navel orangeworm, Asian citrus psyllid, spotted wing drosophila, and more.
Bacillus thuringiensis products are not new, but there are new reasons for using them.
We talk with Agrinos’ Terry Stone to help you get a better handle on this new category of products and what they can add to the yield and quality of your crop.
Grimmway Farms’ Kimberly Horton explains how you can apply good lab techniques to field-level testing and get the best results from your biologicals program.
The inaugural BiocontrolsSM USA East Conference & Expo in Orlando, FL, featured two days of educational sessions focused […]
Biostimulants are one of the hottest new topics in specialty crops, but most growers could use a little clarity on where they fit. Here are the basics you need to know.