Crop Management

Georgia researches organic control of persistent disease, pest and weed problems

The hot, humid climate in the Southeast lends itself to nearly year-round insect, weed and disease pressure, and growing is especially tough if you’... more »

How to make your cover crops work for you

At the Rodale Institute, we know that cover crops provide amazing benefits such as reducing pest and weed pressure, enhancing soil and water quality, ... more »

Rodale Institute tests organic tactics for fighting allium leafminer

The allium leafminer, an herbivore pest, was first reported in European countries such as Denmark, Sweden, Poland and the Mediterranean Basin in 1976 ... more »

California betters its bug vacuums for lygus

For the better part of a decade, there has been some version in the market of a bug vacuum for use against lygus in California strawberries. Within fi... more »

AgBiome hires four to the commercial team

AgBiome recently announced the addition of four new team members to its commercial team. The company, based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle... more »

Certis Biologicals rebrands for 20th birthday

After two decades of success as Certis USA, the Columbia, Maryland-based company on June 2 announced a brand change to Certis Biologicals. The new ... more »

3 join OMRI board of directors

Three new members have recently joined the Organic Materials Review Institute Board of Directors: Emily Newman of the Rodale Institute, Hannah Smith-B... more »

New MyLand vice president to roll out soil health effort

Phoenix, Arizona-based MyLand Co., recently announced Jonah Parker has been hired as vice president of operational planning. In this role, Parker w... more »

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