Would you like to reduce insecticide applications while also lowering the number of codling moths in your orchard? […]
Scientists at the University of Missouri make a discovery that will allow plant breeders to target insect species when developing crops.
Two researchers in the East discuss which pests cause the most damage and how to keep them from taking over your crop.
Editor Frank Giles says Florida Grower will be stepping up to the bully pulpit in 2015 addressing topics that impact the industry the most.
Broad mites may be tiny, but if not controlled they can render your greenhouse vegetables unmarketable.
L.A. International Airport inspectors confiscate 67 live specimens of notorious invasive pest from East Africa.
To control Colorado potato beetle, along with many other pests of potato, scout fields and rotate chemistries.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this vegetable pest.
Learn how to ID, the survival and spread, as well as control measures for this vegetable pest.
A New York grower is testing an alfalfa beetle-busting treatment to protect his strawberry crop.
High-resolution images produced by USDA scientists at the Electron and Confocal Microscopy Unit (ECMU) in Beltsville, MD, are […]
The Tulare County (CA) Agricultural Commissioner’s office is announcing that six additional Asian citrus psyllids (ACP) have been […]
The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) is restricting the use of 18 pesticide products containing the active ingredient […]
Asian citrus psyllid was recently detected in a shipment of limes by U.S Customs and Border Protection (CPB) […]
The tufted apple bud moth can be a tricky pest to manage, Larvae cut leaf petioles, causing the […]
Though there was plenty to talk about and learn at the 2013 Florida Citrus Show, the hot topic […]
A new University of Florida study suggests the invasive yellowmargined leaf beetle’s cold tolerance could help it spread […]