Researchers continue to look for the ultimate biocontainer for growers. More
ODA is requiring specific label statements restricting use of products containing the active ingredients dinotefuran and imidacloprid. More
The report details the benefits of certified virus-free nursery stock, using California wine grape growers as a case study. More
Emerald Ash Borer has been found in the area surrounding Boulder County. More
On the road to recovery, growers find ways over and around the snags More
OHP 6672 50WP is a broad spectrum fungicide for control of many foliar, stem, and below ground diseases on horticultural plants. It provides a... More
The nursery and landscape convention will move to the first week of January in 2015. More
Six well-known plant producers including Skagit, Beekenkamp and Terra Nova will showcase new varieties and more. More
A new study shows that trees can trap more than 50 percent of the particulates that cause pollution and trigger disease. More
The southern pine beetle is marching northward, and scientists say winters are no longer cold enough to kill it. More
Growers are looking for alternative firs that are resistant to Phytophthora root rot. More
A new study examines the effectiveness of tree planting in carbon abatement. More
The James L. Brewbaker endowed fellowship will assist full-time graduate students who are studying plant breeding in the Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences at the UH Manoa College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR). More
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Leah Sandall, extension assistant with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, discusses the different types of personal protective equipment available for pesticide applicators, and makes some recommendations for safety and affordability. More
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