A lot has changed in the bacterial realm over the past few years. What are new control strategies you can use to address new disease occurrences in your production?
Today’s guest is Greg Bryant, IPM Specialist for Beneficial Insectary. Greg earned his bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in 2012 majoring in zoology with an entomology focus. He worked for ... more
This month, we asked growers about their experience with pests and diseases. And now that spring is officially here and Mother’s Day is just around the corner, we discuss spring’s challenges and o... more
Vertical farming refers to the production of plants grown in stacked horizontal or vertical layers, or other three-dimensional configurations. Most commercial vertical farms produce crops inside build... more
This new collection aims to reinvent the concept of the often underappreciated filler plants.
Entered into numerous trials across the country in 2018, these annuals and perennials stood out with impressive color and performance.
Welcome to Spring 2019!
By now, the Polar Vortexes and Cyclone Bombs along with the run-of-the-mill blizzards of this past winter are a distant memory and it is showtime.
Each spring brings huge opp... more
Question: Could you provide background information associated with the different miticides commercially available for use in greenhouse production systems against the twospotted spider mite?
Their value in the landscape has proven to be more than just a fad. How can you keep up with consumer interest in this hot plant category?
For the past 10 years, I have owned an Iowa heirloom tomato farm called Butcher Crick Farms (and sometimes referred to as "my bad habit"). Today, my full-time career is the biologicals team lead at BA... more
Invasive species can be tamed with plant breeding
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