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Loopers on the Rise

More loopers are showing up in the sweep nets.  We’re getting in to the time of year when we really need to keep an eye on them.   257 more words

Soybeans

Global Insecticides Market 2017 Industry Key Players, Share, Trend, Applications, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

WiseGuyReports added new market study, titled “Global Insecticides Sales Market Report 2017” to its expanding database of research reports. The research study offers a comprehensive overview of market and growth trends of this industry in the coming years. 819 more words

Market Research News

Global Insecticides Industry 2017 Market Research Report

Summary

In this report, the global Insecticides market is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2016 and 2022. 517 more words

Global Market Research Report

Matador/Warrior/Silencer and Imidan proposed phase out

The PMRA have proposed to cancel the registration of both lambda-cyhalothrin (Matador/Silencer/Warrior) and phosmet (Imidan). The decisions can be found here:

Lambda-cyhalothrin
Phosmet

The decisions state that lambda-cyhalothrin poses an unacceptable risk from dietary exposure (worst case scenario cumulative food residues would be too high), while phosmet poses a risk during application and post-application activities. 71 more words

Pest Management

Study investigates nerve damage from common insecticides

New research has uncovered a potential new therapy for the currently untreatable delayed neuropathy caused by acute exposure to insecticides or chemical weapons that attack the nervous system. 446 more words

Everyday Science

Instead of pesticides, plant-based Trojan Horses show promise 

Plants are among many eukaryotes that can “turn off” one or more of their genes by using a process called RNA interference to block protein translation. 567 more words

Everyday Science

Study: Neonicotinoid pesticides have minimal impact on bees

During late June, the Los Angeles Times published a story citing a recent study conducted by UK scientists and published in Science magazine. The mainstream news media claimed that neonicotinoid pesticides have been found to do harm honey and wild bees. 537 more words

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