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InsectsVegetables

Insects Invade Broccoli and Cabbage – 2020 Prevention Guide

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Insects chew or suck their way onto vegetables and diminish their aesthetic value. This is a no-no for growers who rely on unblemished produce and market …

Pests

Control Cucumber Beetles Early – 2020 Guide

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On warm spring days in many parts of the country, two species of cucumber beetles lurk near vegetable fields or feast on an available crop until …

Pests

Codling Moth is Key Pest in Apple Production Regions of North America – 2020 Guide

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Occasionally, consumers and producers alike come across the wormy apple. Codling moth (CM, Cydia pomonella) and Oriental fruit moth (OFM, Grapholita molesta) larvae may both be …

Pests

Prepare for Hot Weather and Spider Mites in 2020

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Many new miticides for strawberries and vegetables Hot and dry are ideal conditions for spider mite outbreaks. Along the East Coast, growers reported spider mite infestations …

Diseases

Fire Blight: Still an Orchard’s Enemy in 2020

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Fire blight is near the top of the list of diseases for apples, crabapple, pears, and quince orchards, as it has the potential to cause serious …

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Best Bug Bait, a Pest Management Product 2020

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Best Bug Bait is a green solution to indoor insect problems, including roaches, ants, silverfish, fruit flies, water bugs, crickets, moths, and more. Embedded into a …

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What Are The Benefits Of Hiring An Arborist And A Tree Removal Service

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Gardening is a beautiful hobby indeed – it allows you to create a wonderful outdoor space where you will get to relax and enjoy your off …

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Weedy Green

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Baby, it’s cold outside! Even St. Nick is shivering. He’s also probably stirring about getting ready for the big night in late December. Do you know …

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The Path to the Least Resistance

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Greenhouse growers are well aware of integrated pest management (IPM) and the importance of minimizing spray applications of chemicals that have the potential to lead to …