See how predatory insects are helping protect crops the natural way.
Requiem Prime to be distributed by Certis USA for help in fighting thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and mites in citrus and other specialty crops.
The Golden State’s farming sector isn’t appreciated enough for all that it is – and isn’t.
Growers in the Golden State have another tool to help keep foliar plant pathogens at bay.
ProBlad Verde from Sym-Agro claims unique mode of action that works with multi-process disruption to stop fungal maladies on specialty crops.
Marketing agreement with Isagro introduces unique crop protection product option to specialty crop growers.
Drones have long held promise in the row crop world, but specialty crop growers can use the flying cameras to scout and evaluate their operations, too.
Biostimulants may soon be listed as a pesticide, requiring similar regulatory oversight. Dramm’s president calls on the industry to speak up.
While many growers see earwigs as a nuisance, research shows they have a knack for gobbling up woolly apple aphids.
Research at Oregon State University studied how brown marmorated stink bug foe survives when exposed to chemical insect controls.
Biopesticide company makes another large donation to help fund citrus greening research.
Product provides control of fungal and bacterial diseases like powdery mildews, early blight, and Botrytis in a wide range of specialty crops.
Already geared for codling moth control, biopesticide product Virosoft CP4 is now approved to take on another notorious pest.
New crop protection tool from Certis USA is approved for organic agriculture and features four-hour reentry interval.
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.
Beloukha from Belchim USA aims to naturally burn down and help control a host of troublesome weeds.