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FREE Webinar: Improve NOW Management with Biologicals

Navel orangeworm is the leading pest in almonds and can cost anywhere from $158.75 per acre to $1,700 per acre in damage depending on the severity of infestation. Almond growers need a variety of tools and best practices to effectively manage this destructive pest.  Speakers in this webinar, produced by Marrone Bio Innovations in partnership with Malcolm Media Ag Publishing …

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 …

2018 Resolutions for Navel Orangeworm Management

Navel Orangeworm brought devastating levels of damage to many growers in the tree nut industry last year. At the annual Tree & Vine Expo, UC Farm Advisor Emily Symmes reviewed the cause of greater infestation in the 2017 season and what growers can do better moving into 2018. Watch this brief interview with Emily and read more on IPM in …