Pest Control

The curious pesticide resistance of the Colorado potato beetle studied

The Colorado potato beetle is a notorious pest – and a kind of unstoppable genius. The modern pesticide era began in the 1860s when Midwest farme... more »

Biological control company Koppert acquires Brazil’s Geocom 

Koppert Biological Systems, a biological crop control company, has acquired Geocom, headquartered in Lençóis Paulista – São Paulo, Brazil. Ope... more »

Biobest purchases California’s Beneficial Insectary Inc.

Beneficial Insectary Inc., a North America independent producer of beneficial insects and mites, and Biobest Group NV, a  biocontrol and pollination ... more »

Consumers concerned about pesticides, uninformed on glyphosate, survey says

A survey commissioned by One Degree Organic Foods shows a gap between awareness and concern when it comes to one of the world's most widely used pesti... more »

Essential oils researched for potential in organic ag

Organic food sales topped $50 billion in the United States in 2018. Statistics from the Organic Trade Association tell part of the story of this growi... more »

Biopesticide now registered in California for codling moth, oriental fruit moth larvae

BioTEPP Inc., a Canadian biotech company, recently received registration from the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) for its Virosoft... more »

Certis USA launches website tool for biocontrols

Certis USA has launched the company’s new website as a vital online resource for the company’s portfolio of biological products for use in U.S. an... more »

OMRI offering organic materials review program for Mexico

OMRI (the Organic Materials Review Institute) is now accepting applications for input review to the Mexico Organic Products Law (Ley de Productos Org... more »

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