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Semios PCA & Grower NOW Workshop in Williams

An in-depth review of navel orangeworm management best practices by Semios AND UC Research Specialists. RECEIVE 2.0 CE CREDITS (Pending DPR Approval) Join us with Semios Entomologist, & PCA Abby Cox & UC Research Specialist, Emily Symmes for the latest research in NOW management. Topics include: IPM Approach for Navel Orangeworm and Codling Moth in Almonds & Walnuts Improve Spray Timing with Accurate …

Semios PCA & Grower NOW Management Workshop – Bakersfield

An in-depth review of navel orangeworm management best practices by Semios AND UC Research Specialists. RECEIVE 2.0 CE CREDITS – Pending DPR approval Join us in January with Semios Entomologist, Jordan Hazell & UC Research Specialists for the latest research in NOW management. Topics include: Integrated Approach to Navel Orangeworm Management Jhalendra Rijal – UC San Joaquin & Merced Counties UC Field Trials on …

Semios PCA & Grower NOW Management Workshop – Madera

An in-depth review of navel orangeworm management best practices by Semios AND UC Research Specialists. RECEIVE 2.0 CE CREDITS – Pending DPR approval Join us in January with Semios Entomologist, Jordan Hazell & UC Research Specialists for the latest research in NOW management. Topics include: Integrated Approach to Navel Orangeworm Management Jhalendra Rijal – UC San Joaquin & Merced Counties UC Field Trials on …

Semios PCA & Grower NOW Management Workshop – Modesto

An in-depth review of navel orangeworm management best practices by Semios AND UC Research Specialists. RECEIVE 2.0 CE CREDITS – Pending DPR approval Join us in January with Semios Entomologist, Jordan Hazell & UC Research Specialists for the latest research in NOW management. Topics include: Integrated Approach to Navel Orangeworm Management Jhalendra Rijal – UC San Joaquin & Merced Counties UC Field Trials on …

Concern for Navel Orangeworm Mating Disruption

Concern for Navel Orangeworm Mating Disruption

Navel Orangeworm has become a serious pest in California for many agricultural commodities, especially for tree nuts.  Mating disruption technology has proven to be a critical tool in managing this pest; however some growers may have concerns with utilizing this technology on their farms.  Check out this brief interview with Brad Higbee, now Field Research & Development Manager for Trece, …