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EPA approves GreenLight Bio bioinsecticide targeting Colorado potato beetle

GreenLight Biosciences has received EPA approval for a bioinsecticide designed to combat the Colorado potato beetle. Calantha, based on ribonucleic ac... READ MORE »

Europatat seeking information to help control wireworm spread

Europatat, the European Potato Association, is seeking information about ongoing research and other related activities aimed at helping control the sp... READ MORE »

McCain forms new digital technology subsidiary

McCain Foods has launched a new digital technology subsidiary, Presia Ag, aimed at helping growers better evaluate and predict crop yields. Presia ... READ MORE »

Project seeks alternatives to neonicotinoids in potato crops

A four-year project funded by the USDA’S Specialty Crop Research Initiative aims to develop and evaluate pest management alternatives to using neoni... READ MORE »

EPA approves Bayer’s Velum Rise fungicide/nematicide

Bayer has received EPA approval of its Velum Rise fungicide/nematicide for the suppression of Rhizoctonia, black dot, nematodes and other soilborne di... READ MORE »

MSU research team receives $6M grant to study insect pest management

A Michigan State University research team has received a $6 million grant to study insect pest management strategies for U.S. potato production system... READ MORE »

Companies partner to develop environmentally friendly pesticide

Renaissance BioScience has signed a joint development agreement with crop protection company Certis Belchim to develop and commercialize an environmen... READ MORE »

Drexel Chemical Co. promotes sales team member

Drexel Chemical Co. has promoted Rob Morrow to Midsouth sales representative. Morrow will be responsible for sales in areas of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mi... READ MORE »

Grant to fund study of sustainable pest management in California

A $1 million California Department of Food & Agriculture grant will be used to study sustainable pest management by charting the decisions of 200 ... READ MORE »

ProducePay survey highlights growers’ concerns

ProducePay's second annual survey exploring business stability for produce stakeholders highlights concerns facing the industry, including pricing vol... READ MORE »


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