Suterra Blog: California
VMB-XL Field Release Rate Studies Demonstrate Effectiveness
Suterra Marks Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Puffer®
Puffer®, the aerosol pheromone emitter that revolutionized the agriculture industry with a non-toxic pesticide alternative, celebrates a quarter century of sustainable pest..
Reduce Navel Orangeworm Populations In Season with NOW-F Flowable
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..
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.
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..
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..
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..
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..
Navel Orangeworm Almond Harvest Damage Sample Evaluation
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..
Suterra Aids in Lodi Vine Mealybug Biocontrol Demonstration in Grapes
Suterra’s products were used in a 2021 collaborative IPM demonstration funded by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE). Throughout the past two years, growers and..