A discussion about Quality IPM programs and including Bts
Pest control season for California stone fruit producers is fast approaching, and many growers and their pest control advisers (PCA) are in “pre-game planning.” In this radio interview, we catch up with PCA Karl Warkentin
Bt is highly recommended by the folks growers depend upon to determine what works best.
Residue Management and Worker Safety benefits provide flexibility and peace of mind that deliver profit.
Researchers in California and Florida explain how to maximize results from biorational pest control products and gain effective pest control and avoid lingering residue problems.
In addition to efficacy and economics, residue issues are avoided with Bt pest control. Max Jehle of Sunview Vineyards of California, Inc., examines the benefits of using a Bt program on his operation.
As another growing season in Florida begins we caught up with two very different growers planning their plant health programs, Dean Bruschi of D&D Farms and Justin Hood of Collier Pacific, each with very different needs.
South of Fresno near Reedley, California, Wayne Brandt continues his family’s business of growing fresh-picked fruit. Today marks his final picking of plums for the season. As they go into the boxes, crop consultant Karl Warkentin and Valent’s Tino Lope
Justin and Dean are waging the annual battle against pests. Both are checking their crops and reflecting on the importance of the BioRational Approach for their crop production