- Are Thrips Still Bugging You?
GPN Magazine – February 2013
If this is a question you can answer with a “yes,” then it’s time to take a closer look at the problem and see what can be done to improve your pest management program.
- Developing an Effective Western Flower Thrips Management Program
GPN Magazine – July 2012
Practical and effective suggestions to manage these destructive pests
- Using Natural Enemies to Control Peach Tree Pests
Southern SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education) – January 2012
Entomologists at the Southeastern Fruit and Tree Nut Research Laboratory are studying the implementation of entomopathogenic nematodes on the peachtree borer.
- Optimizing Sprayer Efficiency to Improve Onion Thrips Control
Pest Management Centre (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada) – 2011
Results from The Pesticide Risk Reduction Program show the importance of spray volume and the addition of a surfactant to spray coverage.
- Biopesticide Facts: Value & Benefits
Advancing Knowledge About Biopesticides
BPIA – 2012
Biopesticides in a Program with Traditional
Chemicals Offer Growers Sustainable Solutions.
- Biopesticides: Value Up and Down the Supply Chain
Produce Business – September 2011
The best solutions for the produce industry bring value to growers, food retailers and consumers alike.
- Resistance Management in Biopesticides, By Matthew Krause, Ph.D., BioWorks
Nursery Management – March 2011
Since biopesticides deploy multiple MOAs to suppress pests and pathogens, development of resistance by target organisms is extremely unlikely.
- Top 9 Things to Incorporate into Growing Media
GMPro Magazine – October 2010
Growers have an opportunity to improve crop performance by incorporating additives
into their growing media.
- Spider Mites Entering Diapause to Survive Winter
GMPro - October 2010
Avoid a high spring infestation with a fall application of horticultural oils
- A pest management glossary for growers
NMPro Magazine - August 2010
With pest management rapidly advancing, more terms and technical words are being thrown at the industry. Here are some key terms being used today in conjunction with pest management.
- Pest Identification
NMPro, June 2010
Don’t confuse pests with beneficials, or it could cost you
- Nematodes in Pest Management
Greenhouse Canada, March 2010
Opportunities to successfully use them as part of a strategy have increased in the past decade
- Making the Case for Pesticide Use
Greenhouse Grower, Jan 2010
No single pest management strategy will effectively solve every arthropod pest problem, so other pest management strategies must be implemented or considered.
- Sucking It Up
Western Nursery Landscape Association: Western e-Newsletter, Feb. 1, 2010
Understanding How Systemic Insecticides Kill Insect Pests
- Western Flower Thrips Management - Have we reached an impasse?
OFA Bulletin - December 2009
Western flower thrips are still the primary thrips species encountered by greenhouse producers
- Biological Control - Propagation Greenhouses
Floriculture Greenhouse Update - December 2009
Planning ahead is essential for success if you are considering using biological control for pest management.
- Wrestling with a Rapacious Root Rotter
Grower Talks - November 2009
Stopping Thielaviopsis (black root rot) in its tracks.
- Understanding the Ins and Outs of Oils as Insecticides & Fungicides
NMPro - November 2009
The recent interest in sustainable production has growers looking for “soft” products to incorporate into their pest management program.
- Resistance Management of Arthropod Pests
American Nurseryman - October 2009
"Nursery and greenhouse managers must judiciously use pesticides with different modes of action and detoxification in order to reduce resistance in arthopod pest populations…"
- 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Beneficial Nematodes
Florida Grower - August 2009
Nematodes are the most numerous animal on earth, and they can help your crops.
- The Importance of Biopesticides
Greenhouse Grower - May 2009
The experts say IPM programs are making more and more sense. Growers just have to give them a chance.
- Understanding Biopesticides
Crop Life Special Report - 2009
- Biological Control in Greenhouses: Preparing for Spring Crops
Floriculture Greenhouse Update - December 2008
If you are planning to use biological control for spring crops, then take some important steps now.
- Fungus lilies and Easter gnats?
Greenhouse Canada - November 2004
- Poinsettia Diseases: Past Present and Future
GMPro - September 2004