Canadian growers looking to protect their brassica crops from harmful pests taking a bite out of their profit margins have a new control option.
Syngenta Canada has announced key additions to the Miravis fungicide lineup. This is news pertinent to diverse horticultural crops such as potatoes, strawberries and highbush blueberries.
The broad-spectrum insecticide has been re-evaluated and approved by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency for continued use in Canada. The product is used in tree fruit, berries, carrots, celery and potatoes.
Ontario growers are encouraged to register for an OMAFRA pesticide resistance management series. From Jan 25-28, 2021, learn more about how resistance occurs, Ontario-specific issues and management when using herbicides, insecticides and fungicides in field fruit, veg and specialty crops.
One crop protection company is highlighting its rewards program on a portfolio of products that include fungicides, herbicides, seed treatments, insecticides, biostimulants and plant growth regulators.
Marrone Bio Innovations is launching its biofungicide for broad-spectrum suppression of diseases such as downy mildew, Botrytis and Sclerotinia. It will be distributed by Cohort Wholesale.
Cohort Wholesale, a new Canadian distributor, will be providing logistics, technical sales and marketing support for ADAMA’s growing portfolio of fruit and vegetable crop protection products.