Plant Health

Effect of Product Handling and Distribution on Biologicals’ Success

Quality assessment of purchased biological control agents is important when implementing a biological control program. Before release into greenhouse production systems, greenhouse producers should determine if biological control agents including parasitoids, predators, and/or entompathogenic nematodes... more »

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Case Study: Terra Nova Nurseries

Innovation Breeds Success

{Sponsored} How Pageant® Intrinsic® brand fungicide and Velifer® biological insecticide help growers thrive by achieving plant health goals. From its humble beginnings as a modest 10x30 square foot greenhouse, Dan Heims and Ken Brown have... more »

APHIS to Conduct Certification Visits for Sanitation Protocols for Offshore Geranium Cutting Production

On Sept. 27, the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced it will conduct annual certification visits in peak harvesting time to offshore facilities that wish to ship geranium (Pelargonium spp.) cuttings to the... more »

Chase Agricultural Consulting Debuts FRAC Group Poster

A.R. Chase and Mike Zemke of Chase Agricultural Consulting have announced the launch of a new poster to help growers design a rotation that helps prevent resistance to fungicides. The poster is designed to visually... more »

Bayer Offers Growers Savings on Herbicides Through Oct. 31

The Turf and Ornamentals business of Bayer, part of the Environmental Science unit, is helping growers save in time for fall applications with special pricing on Marengo and Marengo G herbicides. These high-value preemergence herbicides... more »

Will Climate Change Impact the Health of Outdoor Crops?

If you have any doubts about whether climate change is real, look no further than what is happening this year in regards to the weather extremes occurring worldwide. Most recently in our own backyard there... more »

UF to Offer Online Disease Management Course in September

Growers looking to improve their prevention and management of diseases in nurseries and greenhouses can now register for Disease Management, the fourth course of the Greenhouse Online Training courses offered by the University of Florida... more »

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