Bee health studies examine neonicotinoid risks

By |August 19th, 2016|

WSU trial finds “very low risks,” while England study shows bee species suffer from the pesticide.

Troublesome pest makes a comeback

By |August 10th, 2016|

Thought to be eradicated years ago, grape rootworm has returned to New York and Pennsylvania vineyards.

Hansen: Certified plants are only the first step

By |August 5th, 2016|

Growers need to monitor for virus in early years of a “clean” vineyard.

Bearing down on black stem borers – VIDEO

By |July 29th, 2016|

New York researchers working to stop one of the newest apple pests.

Pennsylvania expands spotted lanternfly quarantine

By |July 11th, 2016|

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The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has expanded a spotted lanternfly quarantine to include more townships and two boroughs in Lehigh

Assessment analyzes risk for spread of apple maggot

By |July 8th, 2016|

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A trio of pest consultants has concluded that transporting urban organic waste would likely spread the dreaded apple maggot to

State finalizes rules to kill maggots before shipping compost

By |July 8th, 2016|

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Washington state regulators have finalized special permit requirements for composters seeking to transport feed stocks outside the apple maggot quarantine

Minnesota’s dry, cold-hardy white

By |June 27th, 2016|

New white wine grape variety shows resistance to downy, powdery mildew, phylloxera.

A new way to apply chemicals

By |June 23rd, 2016|

Results look promising for solid-set canopy system delivery.

Hoppers at heart of red blotch

By |May 26th, 2016|

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Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have identified the three-cornered alfalfa treehopper (Spissistilus festinus) as the first known vector

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