OMRI Lists New Mating Disruption Products for Pest Control
Grower Funding Opportunities for IPM Practices
Integrated Pest Management solutions offer long-term benefits for growers. The use of mating disruptionprevents pests from building up insecticide resistance and reduces pest..
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..
Protect Almond Crops By Removing Mummy Nuts
Navel orangeworm is the primary insect pest almond growers in California must manage. When it comes to minimizing damage caused by this pest, one technique continues to be..
Almond Harvest: Evaluating your Navel Orangeworm IPM Program
Almond harvest will be underway soon in California, and with it comes the time for assessing the extent of damage by navel orangeworm (NOW) and other pests and pathogens...
Using IPM Techniques Can Help Slow Pollinator Decline
Both native and non-native pollinators are in global decline. By employing integrated pest management techniques, farmers can protect these vital insects.
Exploring The History of Mating Disruption
Mating disruption is a unique mode of action for pest management that uses species-specific pheromones to reduce target insect populations over time. The quest to identify and..
L'Albufera, Valencia: Birds Bounce Back With Alternative Pest Control
L’Albufera National Park, a nature reserve located on the Gulf of Valencia Spain, has seen its bird populations decline from years of conventional pesticides application to combat..
Suterra Releases Video on Sprayable Mating Disruption
Check out Suterra’s newest video on sprayable mating disruption! In the video, a Suterra expert explains how sprayable pheromone can be a flexible, versatile option for growers..
What is pheromone pest control?
Pest management is often associated with insecticides and little else. However, a comprehensive Integrated Pest Management program tackles insects at all stages of development...