Canadian growers looking to protect their brassica crops from harmful pests taking a bite out of their profit margins have a new control option.
The Pest Management Regulatory Agency has released its re-evaluation decision on linuron, allowing use on carrots, parsnips, potatoes, asparagus and shelterbelts. Risk-reduction measures will apply.
Biobest, a global supplier for biological control of pests and disease, is partnering with Ecoation Innovation Solutions to digitize the scheduling of integrated pest management in the European market.
A portfolio of more than 270 active ingredients belonging to ADAMA is now available more widely throughout eastern Canada for growers of apples, potatoes and a variety of vegetable crops.
The active ingredient in Zidua SC has maximum residue levels established in the major export markets for Canadian potatoes. They are the United States, Mexico and Japan says BASF Agricultural Solutions.
Bioline Agrosciences, known for its biocontrol products, is launching Climate Adapted Release Technology (CART) in its STARSKii sachets. These contain Amblyseius swirskii for optimized control of thrips and whitefly in multiple crops and conditions.
Tergeo is a new PPO inhibitor, or group 14 mode of action herbicide, that provides high levels of activity on wild oats in addition to key broadleaf and grass weeds. It’s intended for use in wheat, corn, soybeans, grapes and chem-fallow markets.
This resource provides excellent pictures and describes key features to identify the six different species found in Ontario: waterhemp, redroot pigweed, green pigweed, tumble pigweed, smooth pigweed and prostrate pigweed.