The workshop, which takes place following the Biocontrols USA West Conference & Expo in Portland, will feature an in-depth discussion of biological options to some of the most pressing cannabis pest issues.
The main goal of the research was to determine if plants produce more fragrance under high light conditions rather than under low light conditions.
Uniformity is key to producing high-quality plants efficiently and economically. For seed-propagated crops, this starts in the plug tray.
During the Biocontrols USA West Conference, Fessler Nursery’s former Head Grower will highlight how the company uses a beneficial insect-based IPM approach.
Michigan State experts say growers should inspect greenhouses to mitigate heat loss during winter months and sub-zero temperatures, in order to protect plants from chilling injury or freezing damage.
Biostimulants can improve crop quality in ornamentals by enhancing plant growth or by increasing tolerance to abiotic stresses.
Researchers at Michigan State University find out the impact it has on daylength-sensitive plants.
Michigan State University experts offer their insect and disease management recommendations for the 2019 growing season.
With a balance of three active ingredients, Vigeo from Vivid Life Sciences mitigates short-term stress and supports faster recovery from stress events.
MycoApply Ultrafine Endo/Ecto mycorrhizal inoculant includes a unique combination of endo- and ectomycorrhizal fungi.
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.
This week’s record-setting cold snap is a harsh reminder that extremely cold temperatures can threaten safe shipment of cuttings and plugs to greenhouse growers.