Posts in Pests
The Balanced Approach philosophy helps turfgrass managers grow healthy, more resilient turf.
When applying herbicides, it's important to understand the effects they can have on non-target plants and trees.
We are pleased to announce a new online learning opportunity developed & presented by Dr. Paul Fisher of the University of Florida, an industry leader in horticultural research.
Summer weather is settling in across Florida, and associated pests and diseases along with it. Below are some things I’ve encountered in recent weeks, along with some good news about Micora...
For this week's blog, I've decided to repost an update on ornamentals from Syngenta's Lee Bloomcamp. Enjoy!
Greetings, everyone! Spring is right around the corner (we hope) and there is a lot...
In most of the southern states, insects are already up and moving this early in 2105. Here are some resources to help get you thinking about what to use against those pesky pests!
2014 has been the year for critter control. 3 new pest management tools are now available to add to your IPM arsenal!
"In 2010 and 2011, brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) were seen in extremely high numbers in the Mid-Atlantic region. They were responsible for causing major economic damage to fruit and...