Suterra’s products were recently used in a collaborative IPM demonstration funded by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE). Throughout the past two years, growers and researchers worked together to confirm the effectiveness of two of the most popular IPM strategies in combating vine mealybug in Lodi. Learn more about the project here in this article.
Suterra LLC today announced the U.S. launch of BioAmp® AA, the world’s first trail pheromone adjuvant for the control of Argentine Ants (Linepithema humile). Pheromones are semiochemicals that govern insect behaviors such as forming trails or finding mates.
Suterra prides itself on its outstanding attention to safety in the workplace. It’s one of the many ways Suterra can show that it values its employees.
Dr. Emily Symmes, a Suterra entomologist discusses sustainable mating disruption puffers along with IPM and biocontrol with UAV-IQ.
The MyAgLife podcast recently conducted an interview with Suterra’s Senior Manager of Technical Field Services, Dr. Emily Symmes. In the interview, Symmes discusses why natural enemies are important, and how to get the most out of them in your orchards.
Have you seen the latest video produced by the Lodi Winegrape Commission? It features various Vine Mealybug biocontrol measures in California vineyards.
Pheromone Leader Opens a New Fresno Office; Doubles California Technical Field Staff Including Hiring Emily Symmes, Ph.D.
New course available for PCAs to gain continuing education credits and learn from Suterra’s industry-leading experts.
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.