Few bees in vineyards

By |March 25th, 2015|

Grape pest practices in Washington aren’t harming bees.

Bees as flying doctors

By |March 18th, 2015|

Honeybees deliver brown rot control to sweet cherry orchards.

Search continues for stinkbug predators

By |March 9th, 2015|

Will brown marmorated stinkbug take hold in desert climates?

Make the most of biocontrol

By |March 6th, 2015|

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Beneficial insects and mites can play a role in controlling key orchard pests if they’re not exposed to harmful pesticides.

Let us (not) spray

By |March 3rd, 2015|

Entomologists test alternative ways of applying plant protection materials to trees.

SWD research continues

By |February 25th, 2015|

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Great progress has been made in the last five years in learning about spotted wing drosophila, but much more is

Sign up for free pesticide disposal

By |February 11th, 2015|

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Washington growers looking to safely dispose of unwanted pesticides for free need to contact the Washington State Department of Agriculture

Washington Growers League meets Jan. 22 in Yakima

By |January 13th, 2015|

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The Washington Growers League will hold its 2015 Annual Meeting and Labor Conference on Thursday, January 22 from 8:00 a.m.

Organic fruit attracts customers

By |November 26th, 2014|

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Steve Tennes, who operates the Country Mill orchard and farm market at Charlotte, Michigan, became convinced several years ago that

New EPA program focuses on pesticide drift reduction

By |November 16th, 2014|

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The Environmental Protection Agency has announced a voluntary Drift Reduction Technology (DRT) program to encourage the use of safer pesticide

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