Suterra has recently released a lure to aid in monitoring for citrus mealybug, a pest of citrus crops in the United States and worldwide. Learn how and why you should monitor for..
As crops like nuts, grapes, peaches and apples are well into harvest and approaching winter at this point, sprayable pheromone products are an excellent option for growers who did..
BEND, ORE.- October 14, 2021 – Suterra, the global leader in environmentally sustainable pest control, in collaboration with agriculture news publisher Farm Progress, today..
Suterra is encouraging growers in California to leave their Puffers up in orchards over the 2021-2022 winter. In addition to saving time and money for growers, overwintering..
Almond harvest is well underway in California, and with it, the time for assessing the extent of damage by navel orangeworm (NOW) and other pests and pathogens arrives. Guidelines..
Both native and non-native pollinators are in global decline. By employing integrated pest management techniques, farmers can protect these vital insects.
In previous years, Suterra’s Clean Orchard Promise™ program required the return of used Puffers® at the end of the growing season. With the launch of the new Puffer in California..