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Reducing NOW Populations In-Season: Adding Pheromones to Your Spray Program Significantly Reduces Damage

Until recently, Navel Orangeworm IPM lacked a mating disruption option that could be applied reactively based on in-season conditions. Checkmate® NOW-F, the first sprayable..

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Tech Team Takeover: University Research Confirms CheckMate® CRS Mating Disruption Reduces Pest Damage in Citrus

This technical article was written by Dr. Emily Symmes, PhD in Entomology and Technical Field Manager at Suterra.

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Protecting Your Citrus Crop from California Red Scale

California red scale (CRS) is a tiny, strange-looking insect pest that can cause significant damage to citrus. CRS has developed resistance to multiple insecticides and requires a..

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Suterra Connects With Growers Over Organic Products

Suterra knows that the organic label is becoming increasingly important for growers as demand for organic products continues to rise. We have always striven to create innovative..

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Overwinter CA Puffers for Labor Savings

This year, Suterra is encouraging California growers using Puffers to overwinter their devices in their orchards. In addition to providing extra protection for end-of-year..

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Looking back at CA Farmer and Farm Worker Month

This year, the California State Senate dubbed October as California’s Farmer and Farm Worker month. Suterra is privileged to have the opportunity to work with a diverse variety of..

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Suterra and Farm Progress Launches New Online Vine Mealybug Management Course

BEND, ORE.- October 14, 2021 – Suterra, the global leader in environmentally sustainable pest control, in collaboration with agriculture news publisher Farm Progress, today..

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California Growers Should Overwinter Puffers for Late Flights

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..

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Vine Mealybug vs. Grape Mealybug Identification

 Grape growers on the West Coast have become familiar with the rising threat of vine mealybug in recent years. The insect is particularly concerning for growers as it can spread..

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