Making Sense of Biologicals: Crop Optimization With Seaweed

Clint Thompson Biologicals, Sponsored Content, Top Posts

Sometimes vegetable and specialty crop growers must think outside the box to remain sustainable amid high input costs and devastating diseases. What if seaweed could be used to aid in the quality of strawberries, bell peppers or tomatoes? Seaweed is a biostimulant that is part of the biological crop protection products that vegetable and specialty crop producers are increasingly using …

Breaking the Insect Population Cycle in Vegetables with Dual Modes of Action

Josh McGill Sponsored Content

By: Craig Campbell, Senior Field Market Development Specialist (Valent U.S.A.) Southeastern vegetable growers are fighting a tough battle against damaging pests like whiteflies, thrips and aphids. Valent U.S.A. is excited to announce that Senstarâ„¢ Insecticide is now available to control these tough insect pests in brassica, leafy, fruiting and bulb vegetable production. Senstar works by combining two effective modes of …

UGA Extension helps Georgia Grown connect to consumers

Clint Thompson Fruit, Georgia, Sponsored Content, Top Posts, Vegetables

By Maria M. Lameiras for UGA CAES News Like the moments before a race begins, dozens of staff with Georgia Grown and University of Georgia Cooperative Extension prepared to load thousands of pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables into hundreds of waiting cars and trucks stretched out in long lines at the Gwinnett Georgia Grown To Go event in Lawrenceville, …