We are still a ways out from finding the best replacement combinations for methyl bromide, but we’ll get there.
In the absence of methyl bromide, growers must dig deeper for herbicidal solutions.
Effective control in the absence of methyl bromide requires progressive chemical and cultural practices.
Further removed from methyl bromide, nasty maladies like Fusarium are finding a way back into fields.
Crop termination is the foundation of mitigating the soil pests for the following season.
Staying on the cutting edge of management methods against notorious subterranean pests makes longtime UF/IFAS researcher Joe Noling the go-to guy.
Strawberry farmers are dedicated to finding sustainable alternatives to fumigants such as methyl bromide.
NIMITZ receives EPA and Florida registrations.
Economic factors must be accounted for when seeking a suitable replacement.
Methyl bromide alternative Nimitz approved for use on tomatoes, peppers, okra, eggplant, cucumber, watermelon, cantaloupe, and squash.
With the phase-out of the popular soil fumigant, it’s important to know you have crop protection options.
Growers look for recommendations to keep fields clean in the absence of the long-used fumigant.
In July, Florida Grower reported that EPA had released final and revised Re-registration Eligibility Decisions (REDs) for methyl […]
In the past few months, a number of new crop protection products have received registrations or labels for […]