Crop Protection Articles

  • Agriculture Testimonals

    Fenland Farming - Scarecrow 180 "The Scarecrow system has been effective in protecting our crops against the birds in the area. Having tried all other means of control, most of which only work for a short time, the scarecrow system continued to be effective for the whole of our growing season. I would happily recommend to others and will ...


    By Scarecrow Group Limited.

  • Global warming to result in widespread crop loss to insects

    Rice, corn and wheat loss rates could rise by up to 25% with every 1˚C increase to global temperatures as insects start to eat and breed more, new research has found. Led by researchers at Washington University, the ...

  • Lisa M. Campbell to Moderate FIFRA Enforcement & Compliance Panel at New Developments in Pesticide Law and Policy Conference

    Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) and The Acta Group (Acta®) are pleased to announce that on May 8, 2018, Lisa M. Campbell, Partner, will moderate the “FIFRA Enforcement & Compliance” panel at the New Developments in Pesticide Law and Policy conference.  This conference is ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • James V. Aidala and Richard E. Engler Quoted By Bloomberg Environment Regarding Proposed Public Data Plan

    On April 27, 2018, James V. Aidala, Senior Government Affairs Consultant with Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) and Richard E. Engler, Senior Chemist with B&C, were quoted in the Bloomberg Environment article “Pesticide Makers Back Public-Data Plan—But Not for Trade Secrets.” If the agency sticks with the $100 million threshold under the executive order, then the ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • So much better in every aspect - Boode, The Netherlands - Case Study

    Erik Boode from Markelo in the Netherlands were to build his third house, but wanted a better performing ventilation system. In his search he came across the ventilation system developed by DACS. In my DACS house it is quite different I have two houses, each with a traditional negative pressure ventilation system from a well-known manufacturer here in the Netherlands. I spend much ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Its a matter of keeping the litter dry, Asger Petersen, Denmark - Case study

    Asger Petersen from the marshland in the southwestern corner of Denmark has been producing chickens for nearly twenty years. Eight years ago, Asger changed to organic with outdoor runs.  Asger produces 60,000 organic chickens per crop. All birds are “slow growing” birds so at day 65 the weight is only 2.2 kilos. From consultant to farmer For many years I was a ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Look to Ag leader to help you comply with new Dicamba rules and regulations

    Sometimes, rules and regulations come along to change how you manage your farm. The federal government’s recent action on the common herbicide ingredient dicamba is one such example, and resilient farmers may need to make some changes to comply with new regulations laid out by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in October 2017. ...


    By Ag Leader Technology

  • Plan your fruit frost protection

    Planning your fruit frost protection for the winter and spring is simple enough to do. With a few methods and tips for understanding what is the best kind of protection your crops need, you can survive the winter with little stress or worry. With our article, you will discover these very tricks for how to best use water irrigation for your crops to keep them from freezing. It is essential to keep ...


    By Kim Engineering Solutions

  • Glendale, AZ, Treatment plant protected by SewerGard - Case study

    Project: Glendale West WWTP Expansion Location: Glendale, Arizona Owner: City of Glendale Engineer: Malcolm Pirnie - Phoenix, AZ General Contractor: Sundt Constructors, Inc. - Tempe, AZ Applicator: Optco - Gilbert, AZ Sauereisen Representative: Roger Bird, RNS Distributing, LLC Products: No. 210T SewerGard Method of ...


    By Sauereisen Inc.

  • Spatiotemporal characteristics of extreme precipitation at multiple timescales over Northeast China during 1961–2014

    Few studies of extreme precipitation have been conducted in Northeast China, particularly at multi-timescales. We aim to enhance the understanding of changes and variability in extreme precipitation over the past 54 years (1961–2014) in this region. We have investigated the potential relationship among extreme precipitation, climate and agricultural drought focusing on several timescales in ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Fungal diseases are on the rise. Is environmental change to blame?

    Scientists and physicians are looking for clues to a worrying increase in fungal infections and exploring ways to reduce the threat. ...


    By Ensia

  • Case study - Nordsjo cold area plant

    Project: Nordsjö cold area plant System Type: Jupiter 50 – 1 chamber Country: Sweden Client: Swedish Municipality Capacity: 40 m³/day Year of Installation: 2012. Description: As the plant ...


    By BioKube A/S

  • Carbon fiber on the DELTA FORCE boom range

    Lower weight gives a more stable boom Carbon fiber helps the boom in many areas, primarily due to the low weight and the stiffness of the material which is one of its most distinguished strengths. The lower weight means that the center part gets fewer strengths to be controlled when the boom must be precisely controlled above the crop on rough ground. It is not much use to have a ...


    By Hardi International A/S

  • The Cure for Coffee Rust Disease: A Mission from A UMD Professor

    Coffee rust is a serious disease. It’s been affecting economies of countries all over the world. This disease has been killing coffee crops and thus affecting the coffee production. Therefore, both small and large scale coffee producers have to do something about it. However, combatting with this disease isn’t an easy thing to do. That’s why, Priscila Chaverri, a professor ...


    By BioNovelus Inc.

  • Get Rid of Birds In Your Barn

    Pest birds can damage your barn overtime. Consider numerous factors when looking for a bird control method. Visual displays, noisemakers, barriers and sprays can help eliminate pest birds. Stop migratory birds from invading your barn with liquid bird repellent. As the temperatures begin to cool, many ...


    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • The Best Practices for Using Plant Residues

    Plant residue are crop materials such as stems, leaves, and roots, that are left on the field after the harvest. In the past, farmers considered crop residue to be trash, that was usually destroyed by fire. However, today this practice is not recommended and highly is not used by farmers. There are two different ways to manage crop residues. The first method is tillage prior planting when plant ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • On-time Pest Protection

    Farming can be a beautiful job under an open sky. But sometimes that ”open sky” determines the flow of farming, total yield, and productivity according to the weather (rain, drought, hail, frost). Since the weather is a major factor in farming, farmers need to manage certain practices to protect their crops from bad weather conditions as well as from various insects and diseases ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • Potassium and winter hardiness

    The role of Potassium in metabolic processes such as protein synthesis and the movement of sugars within the plant is now well understood and recognised as crucial for maximising quality and yield. But it is now known Potassium also plays a significant role in helping crops resist disease and environmental stresses during winter dormancy and ensuring optimum supplies of Potassium to see crops ...


    By Ilex EnviroSciences Limited

  • Non-chemical Pre-plant Soil Disinfestation

    The battle with pests, diseases and weeds is an everyday problem for every farmer. Due to the fact that 40% of the world’s food production is lost due to pests and diseases, farmers need to manage crop protection. An excellent example of the need for pesticides is cotton. It is a crop that is affected by various pests. Cotton farming accounts for more than 25% of all insecticides and 12% of ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • What is it about this soil that protects plants from devastating disease?

    Figuring out why certain soils keep plant parasites at bay could be a boon for agriculture around the globe Plants around the world are constantly under attack — often with big implications for humans. In the 1960s, millions of elm trees in Britain, France and the U.S. fell victim to Dutch elm disease, which clogs the vessels that carry life-giving water to the trees’ leaves. ...


    By Ensia

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