No one likes fleas. You hardly notice their presence unless you feel an itch. These insects feed on the blood of their hosts. They mostly thrive on animals, but in human, fleas only bite and leave.Continue Reading
Tomatoes are one of the most important vegetables in the world with global production exceeding 177 million metric tons per year.Continue Reading
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Crickets may make your quiet and starry night beautiful, but they are harmful in large numbers.Continue Reading
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We often make use of insecticides when caring for our plants and crops. Over the years, it has helped us increase our yield and has helped prevent spoilage of food and spread of certain diseases.
As you may know, Pyrethroid insecticide is a broad-spectrum compound that effectively controls many types of pests and has played a major role in the global pesticide market.Continue Reading
Introduction to Pesticide Labels
Despite that the topic about pesticide label looks too straightforward to dedicate a whole section of an article to; however, research has proven that consumers experience difficulty in reading and applying pesticide safely.
If you are a practicing farmer, there is a high probability that you have been in this shoe at one time or the other.Continue Reading
Choosing the path of cultivating land for living implies that you have a lot of pests to contend with if you want to enjoy a bountiful harvest.
Of all the field pests affecting plants, thrips have proven to be of significant impact. If you do not take adequate measure in getting rid of them, they can ruin your planting experience.
We understand that you wouldn’t like to see all your effort and the money you have injected into your farming business go waste.Continue Reading
As a farmer, one of the things that you must readily guide against is the infestation of pests in your farm.
Pests are always known to be destructive organisms and are capable of reducing the quantity and quality of your farm produce.
Of all the pests that invade farms, aphids have been recognized as a major culprit.Continue Reading