Attendees of the Biocontrols USA West Conference in Portland, OR, in March got an exclusive look at a new pest targeting Orius, a commonly used biological tool for managing thrips in the greenhouse.
University of Massachusetts experts say growers should be on the watch early for thrips and aphid population establishment in the greenhouse.
Three crop protection companies are now offering new products that ornamental growers can add to their pest management arsenal.
The Perennial Farm in Glen Arm, MD, produces more than 1,000 perennials a year. Here’s what it does to keep them healthy and disease-free.
The Biocontrols USA West Conference and Expo will include three educational presentations that address the variables to consider when auditing a pest management program.
Michigan State University experts offer their insect and disease management recommendations for the 2019 growing season.
For effective pest management with biocontrols, you have to know the products you’re using work.
Dealing with multiple pests for biological control isn’t easy. Fortunately, all it takes is a little know-how and practice to get it right.
MGK’s Azera Pro is a new organic insect control option, while Sentinel Biologics’ EcoBiome offers reliable soil microbe testing.
Pilea aphid infestation is the first report of the destructive insect in the Western Hemisphere.
Affiliate of biocontrol-based company acquires majority share of international manufacturer and distributor of integrated pest management tools.
A team of researchers at Michigan State University is analyzing the use of nematodes for pest management in greenhouses.
Vestaron’s Spear-T, which controls thrips, whiteflies, and spider mites, will be distributed by Isagro USA.