“Bee” Responsible with Pesticide Sprays

Horticultural crops cannot be produced commercially without the use of pesticides to manage the impacts of insects and pathogens. Growers recognize the importance of pollinators and in some cases, rely on bees for pollination. Growers are practicing due-diligence to try to minimize the effects of necessary pest management activities on bees. There’s a fine balance […]

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Application Recordkeeping: Focus on Environmental Conditions

Note: This article was written by Bob Wolf of Wolf Consulting and Research, and first appeared as an NDSU Extension Service publication. Bob has agreed to reproduce the article on our website. When applying crop protection products, a good steward is one who can identify and record the environmental factors that may negatively impact making an application; particularly, […]

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