Agricultural pests can pack a big financial punch, damaging crops and reducing yields for California and Arizona growers.
Presence of the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) is on the rise in California, and insects such as mealybugs, nematodes and scale pose perennial challenges for growers.
But California and Arizona growers who invest in proactive insect management can safeguard the longevity – and marketability – of their citrus fruits, grapes, nuts, vegetables and berries. Vigilant monitoring and cultural practices, paired with crop protection products, can limit the impact of pests and safeguard yields.
Insect pests threaten the success of renowned vineyards in Sonoma and Napa Valley. The Bayer Acre provides a unique solution.
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Combat these microscopic yield-robbers with our series of best practices, from prep work to crop protection products.
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As the heat rises, so does the number of crop-damaging pests. As one grower shows, proper management is the key to success.
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