Research shows Bt sweet corn reduces insecticide use
10/08/2013 10:30:40 AMSweet corn that’s been genetically modified to contain a natural insecticide is better for the... Read more.
Study: Heavy metal selenium may harm honey bee health
10/04/2013 12:29:09 PMAdd selenium to the growing list of compounds that may affect honey bee health. A group of University... Read more.
Video takes a look at marmorated stink bug management
09/30/2013 4:19:02 PMThe Northeastern Integrated Pest Management Center, housed at Cornell University, has just released the latest... Read more.
Potato Web seminar helps growers get the most from fungicides
09/27/2013 11:06:49 AMLike many tools, fungicides are most beneficial if used correctly. To help potato growers get the... Read more.
Nominate an industry leader for a Potato Industry Award
09/23/2013 10:00:58 AMEvery year, TheGrower.com and its sister publication, The Packer, recognize a potato industry leader, and... Read more.
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