Using Biocontrols on The Farm

At the recent BioControls USA West Conference & Expo, our team learned about the latest biological farming research and practices. Biocontrols include beneficial microorganisms added to the soil and beneficial insects released into fields. These practices have the potential to control pests, improve soil health and prevent diseases. In 2017, our team will test both approaches. Our BigBioYield biological features multiple beneficial bacteria that can support plant and soil health. With this year’s warm weather, we’re excited to try adding beneficial insects to control aphids, mites and other harmful pests and achieve longer pest management residuals. Stay tuned for more information about our new research to release beneficial insects using a drone!

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