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UofGlasgowASC Dec 1
One last . Archives are living, breathing places and our Conservation/Preservation team need to manage the challenges this brings! is key for safeguarding collections, and a reminder that amongst all the order, Archives remain a little wild.
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Square Roots Feb 3
At Square Roots, we use an strategy (IPM) to keep our plants happy and healthy. is always the 1st step in IPM with farmers inspecting growing areas weekly for any signs of pests or plant damage. ๐ŸŒฑ ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿž
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Laura Christianson Dec 2
One of the best farm visits in my life today near Cartegena: tangerines, broccoli, aloe vera, peppers, more. The level of innovation was amazing. โ€ฆOh yea, then more with a beautiful bioreactor model.
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ICRISAT Nov 21
Globally, insect pests, diseases and weeds cause 35-40% crop loss (>US$250 Billion). The International Plant Protection Congress 2019 had plant pathologists discussing new ideas on . Read more:
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The Xerces Society Feb 19
Our newest fact sheet outlines key steps to reduce or eliminate use in municipal parks, campuses, and other urban . On the blog: Direct link to publication:
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FedEx Institute of Technology Mar 3
TOMORROW | Lunch & Learn: Dr. John Tooker shows us how maximizes production in conservation-based . RSVP | Toxic Slugs Chart a Path Back to IPM:
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UAV-IQ Precision Ag Dec 18
โ€œEach grower has their own strategy for producing crops, minimizing losses & making a profit in a manner that is acceptable to the retailer, safe for the consumers, and less disruptive to the environmentโ€ by
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Jennifer Mar 3
Today we're filming a piece on for Want to know the when and how of using biologicals/beneficials - watch this space for more!
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Bob Wickett Mar 18
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Semios Jan 24
Lots of good debate stirring up at today's NOW Management Workshop in Bakersfield. Thanks to Researcher, David Haviland for always getting the conversation started!
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AFEntomology Nov 22
Trunk application of verbenone can reduce landing rates of the redbay ambrosia beetle, vector of laurel wilt, on live redbay trees:
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beatrice  Muriithi Feb 26
Tomato is one of the most heavily sprayed food crops due to high infestation of invasive pests such as Tuta Absoluta. is developing alternative solutions expected to reduce use of pesticides and boost farm yields &income
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Amy Crossman/ุงูŠู…ูŠ Feb 13
Having fun developing insect pest identification and teaching resource for for cultural heritage with specific reference to
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DES Daughter Dec 2
Techniques to manage weeds, pests without pesticides via EuropePAN 2018
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Teagasc Feb 27
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Chris Tolley Jan 16
A great 2.5 days at the 2020 conference. Nice to be sat on the other side of the desk for a few days
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Powell Gardens Mar 18
Our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) system includes the use of native creatures! Ladybugs, praying mantis and tree frogs all help reduce pesky pest populations.
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Inman Family Wines Feb 6
Replying to @inmanfamilywine
For pest control we encourage barn owls to roost in our vineyard by setting up boxes for them โ€“ and we have a resident pest controller โ€“ our cat, Stella!
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Koppert US Mar 10
Thrips are extremely tenacious & demand a great deal of determination from growers. If you're too late, you'll find yourself fighting a losing battle. Don't let this image happen in your crop.
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Laura Doell ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿฆ‹๐ŸŸ Feb 9
009: Art Studio Finding. From newly hatched to full size... ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™.
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