Suterra Blog: California (2)

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Monitoring for Codling Moth in Walnut Orchards

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Monitoring for Codling Moth in Walnut Orchards

     As March approaches, traps to monitor the first codling moth flight will soon be placed in walnut orchards. Below are some reminders of best practices for monitoring and..

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Best Practices for Monitoring California Red Scale

With spring approaching, the citrus industry in California will soon begin monitoring for California Red Scale. Now is a great time to review best practices for monitoring the..

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California Red Scale 4th Flight Update

In the Central Valley of California, depending on location, the fourth flight of California Red Scale Aonidiella aurantii in citrus would have started between the 20th and 30th of..

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Vine Mealybug Biocontrol in California Vineyards

Have you seen the latest video produced by the Lodi Winegrape Commission? It features various Vine Mealybug biocontrol measures in California vineyards. 

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Suterra Continues to Invest in the California Ag Industry

Pheromone Leader Opens a New Fresno Office; Doubles California Technical Field Staff Including Hiring Emily Symmes, Ph.D.

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Vine Mealybug Season Tips

Growers typically deploy pheromone mating disruption for Planococcus ficus (Vine Mealybug, VMB ) in the spring. Depending on local practices and availability of labor, deployment..

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New free online course on Navel Orangeworm control practices

New course available for PCAs to gain continuing education credits and learn from Suterra’s industry-leading experts.

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Trapping and Monitoring for Vine Mealybug in California Wine Grapes

The Vine Mealybug (VMB) is a serious insect pest of grapes grown in California. There are only a few chemical management options available, and the more that these are used, the..

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Suterra Introduces New Navel Orangeworm Control Product

Global pheromone leader offers an improved one-per-acre aerosol formulation that allows growers to effectively reduce Navel Orangeworm (NOW) damage, deploy faster and save money.

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