Agricultural pests are small but can pack a big financial punch, damaging crops and reducing yields for California growers.
Presence of the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) is on the rise in California. This tiny insect can carry Huanglongbing (HLB) disease — also known as citrus greening — which kills citrus trees in just a few years. Increasingly, citrus growers must take the costly step of ripping out infected trees and planting new ones.
But California growers who invest in proactive insect management can safeguard the longevity and marketability of their citrus, grape and tree nut crops. Vigilant monitoring and cultural practices, paired with crop protection products, can limit the impact of pests and safeguard yields.
Two Southern California PCAs explain why they recommend Movento® insecticide to their growers.
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Rainfall, pests and weeds threaten the success of Sonoma’s and Napa Valley’s renowned vineyards. The Bayer Acre provides a unique solution.
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Proactive measures help growers safeguard wine grapes from harmful pests.
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Growers of leafy greens face stringent market standards, but there are solutions to keep pests at bay.
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