Gowan Company, LLC has announced that its product Captiva, a natural repellent bio-insecticide, has received federal registration from the EPA.
Captiva controls thrips and spider mites and will be sold into a wide variety of specialty crop segments.
The registration represents a significant milestone as Captiva is the first product from Gowan’s distribution partnership pipeline with Ecoflora Agro to receive EPA registration....More
BASF’s upcoming Provisia rice system will provide a new tool for post-emergence control of a broad range of grass weeds, including ALS-resistant grasses, weedy rice, and red rice.
Developed through traditional breeding techniques, registration is expected as early as 2016 in the U.S. with other countries to follow.
The new system is comprised of Provisia seed containing the Provisia trait which allows farmers to safely apply Provisia herbicide - an ACCase or Group 1 herbicide site of action....More
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation is now accepting for nominees for its 2014 Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Innovator Awards.
DPR’s The awards are designed to recognize operations employing pest management systems based on scientific principles of IPM....More
Cheminova will launch two azoxystrobin fungicides for U.S. growers June 2.
The products include Azaka for broad spectrum disease control in peanuts, tree nuts, vines, and other fruits; and Equation for use on row and vegetable crops.
Growers can use Azaka and Equation for effective disease control and crop protection. ...More
Arizona members of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers hear an optimistic economic review for Arizona crops last year, plus a mostly bullish forecast for the 2014 crop year, despite tightening water availability....More