August 31, 2015
Delray Plants Takes Preventative Approach To Pest Control With Biological Controls
Trying to control pests effectively on a wide variety of crops is a major undertaking. Delray Plants in Venus, Fla., has been using biological controls as a part of its pest control program for more than 10 years. It operates 300 acres, which includes covered structures and 7 acres of outdoor field production.
July 2, 2017
Why Biological Control Fails: Encapsulation May be the Culprit
If your biological control isn’t working for you, encapsulation could be to blame. Learn how this defensive response can cripple a biological control program.
October 24, 2015
New Mode Of Action Bioinsecticide Spear-T Receives EPA Registration
Spear-T bioinsecticide has received federal EPA and California Department of Pesticide Regulation registrations. Its new mode-of-action offers a unique control solution for thrips and whitefly in vegetables and ornamentals in the greenhouse.
May 6, 2014
Cascade Cuts Gains International Network With Early Biocontrol Use
A journey just over the United States’ border led Cascade Cuts of Bellingham, Wash., to begin using biocontrols. Alison Kutz, owner of Cascade Cuts greenhouses, explains the challenges and opportunities brought about with biocontrol implementation.