Proactive versus reactive: that’s the approach we all want to take when it comes to controlling diseases, insects and weeds in our fields and orchards. Shouldn’t we take a similar proactive approach to our insecticide chemistry classes, like diamide insecticides, when using them? Listen in as Alejandro Del Pozo-Valdivia, entomologist and area integrated pest management (IPM) advisor for the University of California Cooperative Extension in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties, discusses the effectiveness of the diamide class of insecticides, establishment of an IPM program and insecticide chemistry class preservation and rotation.
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