As biocontrols increase in popularity and frequency of use beyond organic crops, some growers may be wondering if resistance is a possibility.
As patio planters continue to gain interest with consumers, plants such as dahlias are rising to the occasion. This explosive series packs power into planters of all sizes.
When we think about lighting of plants, the different dimensions we consider are light quantity (intensity), light
quality (spectrum), photoperiod (hours of light per day) and uniformity. Usually, we... more
Air temperatures at application affects plant growth regulator efficacy.
We are all employees for the most part, with some being owners. Even owners really work for their employees. There is no question that running a business is hard and getting more complicated by the mo... more
Question: The insecticide resistance action committee (IRAC) has a group 23, which are lipid biosynthesis inhibitors. Can you discuss the mode of action and products associated with group 23?
These 2018 introductions from Proven Winners survived an thrived in extreme summer conditions around the country.
Sakata's Alicia Suits shares how a company's commitment to social responsibility can boost millenials' company loyalty.
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These seven trends aim to rebuild mental wellness through nature.
Integrating biocontrols with synthetic chemical controls can add versatility to your program.
As 2017 comes to a close, have you taken the time to examine the overall health of your business and where it is headed next year?
I recently read an article in Small Business Trends magazine, that... more
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