Three new crop protection produces have been approved for new markets or are being introduced: an herbicide; a fungicide; and a biological fungicide.
After wreaking havoc on grapevines for 125 years, causing severe wine industry losses, Pierce’s Disease may have finally met its match.
Disease-fighting bees and the deadly citrus psyllid were at the center of two recent, research-fueled out-of-office adventures.
The eventual spread of Huanglongbing (HLB), or citrus greening, to commercial groves in California seems inevitable. But the […]
The biological product attacks spider mites in two ways.
Insect production greenhouse at Cal Poly Pomona to rear and study Tamarixia radiata wasp.
Study helps flush out possible biological control for dreaded fruit pest.
Bioagriculture company Vestaron has received expanded EPA registration for its biological insect control products. These bioinsecticides, which are […]
BioWorks, Inc., has launched two new versions of its popular RootShield® biological fungicide, RootShield Seed Treatment and RootShield […]
FMC officially enters biological marketplace with first sales of Fracture fungicide.
Biologics company Beneficial Insectary now rearing two species in its California facility.
Valent BioSciences Corporation’s new $146 million biorationals manufacturing facility will supply the majority of the company’s products derived from fermentation.
Less pesticides and more natural defenses are the goal.
Producers in New York hope to receive biocontrol help for weevil pest.
Research demonstrates attractive suitors are better biological control agents.
Biological Benefits Farmers often think of microbes as pests that are destructive to their crops, but many microbes […]