For experienced greenhouse growers, integrated pest management (IPM) is likely a go-to strategy when it comes to dealing with seasonal insect and disease control issues. Now, a team of researchers is suggesting it may be time for IPM to evolve.
Whether you’re growing ornamentals, vegetables, or another crop in your greenhouse, the tour, speaker line-up, and workshop for Biocontrols Conference USA East Oct. 10-12 in Rochester, NY, will provide information you can apply to your operation immediately.
It’s time to beef up your integrated pest management program, but before you do, here’s a round-up of greenhouse crop protection products that are scheduled to — or already have — hit the market this year.
Biological control has moved into the mainstream for greenhouse growers. And the timing couldn’t be better, as consumer demands for more sustainable production methods for the plants they buy are moving back upstream.
The Michigan State University Extension floriculture team has developed four greenhouse integrated pest management sessions that will be presented at the 2017 Michigan Greenhouse Growers Expo in Grand Rapids, MI.