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  • Beauveria Bassiana Products Bed Bugs Control

    By Darren Chan

    Published Oct 15, 2019  

    Beauveria Bassiana fungus is a fungus that grows naturally in soils around the world. Acting as a parasite on various arthropod species, causing white muscardine disease; It widely used as a sprayed biological insecticide to control a great many pests such as bed bugs, termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and different beetles. Once Beauveria Bassiana infects the host insects, the fungus grows fast inside of the insect’s body. Feeding on the nutrients present in the host’s body and producing toxins continuously... It is currently used in the production of wheat, corn, peanuts, soybeans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, green Chinese onions, garlic, leeks, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, watermelons, cucumbers, etc...

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    Field Trials - an often neglected but important tool for growers

    By John Moody

    Published May 29, 2018  

    How do you decide what to grow? Well, as I have explored in a few articles, there are many pieces of that puzzle to consider. You have to figure out what will be profitable... For instance, take onions. We love to eat onions, but after a few years I really grew to dislike growing them... I don’t grow onions anymore, even though I love to eat them! Third stage - field trials This is where the rubber meets the road...

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  • Beauveria Bassiana Products Bed Bugs Control

    By Darren Chan

    Published Oct 15, 2019  

    Beauveria Bassiana fungus is a fungus that grows naturally in soils around the world. Acting as a parasite on various arthropod species, causing white muscardine disease; It widely used as a sprayed biological insecticide to control a great many pests such as bed bugs, termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and different beetles. Once Beauveria Bassiana infects the host insects, the fungus grows fast inside of the insect’s body. Feeding on the nutrients present in the host’s body and producing toxins continuously... It is currently used in the production of wheat, corn, peanuts, soybeans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, green Chinese onions, garlic, leeks, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, watermelons, cucumbers, etc...

    Categories: Corn, Organic, Peanuts

    Field Trials - an often neglected but important tool for growers

    By John Moody

    Published May 29, 2018  

    How do you decide what to grow? Well, as I have explored in a few articles, there are many pieces of that puzzle to consider. You have to figure out what will be profitable... For instance, take onions. We love to eat onions, but after a few years I really grew to dislike growing them... I don’t grow onions anymore, even though I love to eat them! Third stage - field trials This is where the rubber meets the road...

  • Posted By Vegetable Production
    Aug 3, 2018  

    http://www.canr.msu.edu/news/protect-onions-against-stemphylium-leaf-blight

    Posted By Agriculture, AgriTech And FoodTech
    Jan 11, 2018  

    Robotic weeders provides alternative to herbicides, hand-weeding

    The growing popularity of robotic weeders for specialty crops has grown partly out of necessity, says Steven Fennimore, an extension specialist at the University of California, Davis. Specialty crops are vegetables like lettuce, broccoli, tomatoes, and onions. They are not mass-produced like corn, soybeans, and wheat.

    Photo: The robotic weeder goes between the crop rows. The rows must be very straight and precise for the weeder to properly do its job. Photo credit Steven Fennimore.

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    Posted By Vegetable Production
    May 8, 2017  

    "Before the widespread use of plastic mulch, drip irrigation, high tunnels and greenhouse production, there seemed to be a clear line of demarcation between vegetables that could be transplanted, and those that had to be seeded directly into the field. Grower innovations have nearly erased that line."
    http://vegetablegrowersnews.com/news/vegetables-will-transplanting-next/

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