Hops Growers Gain New Herbicide to Aid Powdery Mildew Control

Author – Robin Siktberg, Custom Content Editor, Meister Media Worldwide Hops growers will welcome the news that they have another option for control of broadleaf weeds and basal suckers. With the removal of paraquat from use in hops production due to residue detection above permitted levels, a new herbicide registered for use on hops is […]

Herb growers can keep a tight rein on Lepidopteran pests with Emamectin

Author – Katie Chriest From Scarborough Fairgoers to Belfast balladeers, herbs have earned the love of lyricists as well as culinary artists for years. Their good looks and great flavors inspire all sorts of creative expression, and they’ve even enjoyed a resurgence in products promising to promote health. No wonder, then, that they’re so widely […]

Insect Growth Regulator Now Registered for Fig Scale Control

Author – Robin Siktberg While the US isn’t a major producer of figs, ranking eighth in world production, it does produce an average of 47 tons per year. Most figs in the US are grown in Central California, where the climate matches the arid, Mediterranean-like conditions figs need to thrive. Since figs are not a […]