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Parasitoid wasp releases in vineyards and cole crops
Want to learn more about how people are optimizing the use of beneficial insects in their vineyards or fields? Read this article for information on parasitoid wasps, other..
Suterra Aids in Lodi Area-Wide Vine Mealybug Biocontrol Demonstration in Grapes
Suterra’s CheckMate® mating disruption products for vine mealybug were used in a collaborative Integrated Pest Management demonstration project funded by Sustainable Agriculture..
Eye on Ag: Suterra Protects Central Valley Crops
In this episode of Eye on Ag, we explore how Suterra, a leading agricultural company, is helping to protect Central Valley crops. Through the innovative use of mating disruption,..
The Science of Microencapsulated Pheromone Technology
Suterra is a global leader in pheromone mating disruption. We manufacture our own active ingredients and the various pheromone delivery systems we offer – aerosols (Puffer®),..
Vine Mealybug Season Tips: When to apply mealybug treatment?
Want advice on when to deploy mating disruption for vine mealybug and which of our platforms is best for you? Our technical team has several season tips that can help you optimize..
Ants and Their Symbiotic Relationship with Vine Mealybug
Ants and mealybugs share a complex, symbiotic relationship- and this relationship can have consequences for your vineyard. Do you know why ant control can be important to your..
VMB-XL Field Release Rate Studies Demonstrate Effectiveness
CheckMate® VMB-XL is the longest-lasting mating disruption dispenser for control of vine mealybug in grapevines. The product uses Suterra's proprietary release technology for..
CheckMate® VMB-XL Listed With OMRI For Use In Organic Agriculture
BEND, Ore. - April 25, 2022 - PRLog -- Suterra, the global leader in sustainable pheromone pest control, announces that CheckMate® VMB-XL is now listed with OMRI (the Organic..
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..