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Farm Chemicals International Jackie Pucci | October 10, 2015 This article explores how the biologicals space is being legitimized by multinationals who are entering the crop protection world . Read more.
The KSTE Farm Hour kste.com, 8.14.15 In his broad cast, Farmer Fred Hoffman spotlights women in California agriculture including Pam Marrone, CEO of Marrone Bio Innovations, who formed a successful biopesticide industry. Listen here.
MLive.com July 28, 2015 By Garret Ellison The zebra mussel invasion is disrupting native ecosystems, damaging harbors and power plants, clogging pipes, propellers, water intakes and clustering on anything in their path. In an [...]
Webinar: July 22, 2015 10:00-11:30am Eastern Register now to reserve your spot! Invasive zebra and quagga mussels (Dreissena polymorpha and D. rostriformis bugensis, respectively) are causing significant ecological and economic impacts across North America. Recent advances [...]
What if farmers, instead of picking up some agricultural chemicals at their local dealer, picked up a load of agricultural microbes instead? Pam Marrone, founder of Marrone Bio Innovations, in Davis, Calif., has been spent [...]
Spotted wing drosophila (SWD), Drosophila suzukii, is an invasive pest that causes major economic loss to fruit and berry crops across the U.S. An educational webinar developed by Marrone Bio Innovations, in association with Informa’s [...]
Minneapolis Star Tribune A small west metro lake has successfully gotten rid of zebra mussels in a small area of the lake — a feat few lakes have been able to accomplish in the ... Experimental [...]
THE GROWER, Vance Publishing Corporation Written by Dr. Pamela Marrone, founder and chief executive officer of Marrone Bio Innovations, Davis, Calif. 12/04/2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is a guest column and opinions expressed here are only those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Vance Publishing Corporation. Now more than ever, fruit and vegetable growers need effective and environmentally sustainable pest management programs to protect against crop diseases, improve food yields and quality, and feed a growing and increasingly food-conscious world. Biopesticides or “biologicals” are becoming an important tool in the grower’s toolbox by promoting plant health and controlling unwanted pests and diseases, leading to better yields with reduced environmental impact – as well as an improved bottom line for growers. […]
Officials encouraged with early efforts to kill zebra mussels infesting Christmas Lake Minneapolis Star Tribune September 25, 2014 to read article, < click here >