Practices

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Practices

  • How to Help Delay or Prevent Insecticide Resistance from Developing in Organic Crop Production

    Learn how insects develop resistance and how prevention and IPM practices are critical to stopping resistance.

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  • Control When You Need It – Advice for Managing Hard-to-Kill Pests in Organic Vegetable Production

    Organic growers often have limited tools, so quick, effective solutions that are also OMRI listed are essential.

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  • A Conversation on Soil Health

    How do you grow a healthy soil microbiome? Mycorrhizal fungi is key. Learn more with Mike Riffle, Field Development and Sustainability Manager.

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  • Starting in the Soil – How Mycorrhizae Below Helps the Crops Above

    Mycorrhizal fungi can provide both short- and long-term value to growers by building stronger, better plants from the soil up.

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  • Break the Insecticide Resistance Cycle

    Adding DiPel® DF Biological Insecticide to your worm (lepidopterous larvae) control program breaks the resistance cycle, while also providing excellent control for greater return on investment.

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  • Apple Harvest Management

    Get started with these tips to help manage and maximize your apple harvest.

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  • A Fresh Look at Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) Management

    Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is not a new issue for growers, but how to manage it effectively is a new conversation.

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  • Stay Strong – Planting into a Fallow Field Post-Flood

    Many corn growing areas were impacted by prolonged weather events in 2019. Here is some advice to have success in planting and prevent Fallow Syndrome.

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  • Seven Simple Steps to Sustainability

    Becoming sustainable doesn’t mean you have to overhaul the whole farm. Simple, incremental changes made year after year go a long way to sustaining your farm for future generations.

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