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IOBC Workshop \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2012
IPM working group for temperate climate greenhouses meets in England.
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IPM in hydroponic strawberries \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2012
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Hedon salads embraces IPM \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2012
Op hun tuindersbedrijf in Engeland werkt Hedon Salads succesvol samen met adviseurs op het gebied van geintegreerde plagenbestrijding. Chemische bestrijdingsmiddelen worden strategisch en slechts spaarzaam ingezet.
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Leading UK pot plant producer uses IPM \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2012
In 2009, Double H. Nurseries was voted the UK Pot Plant Grower of the year. We caught up with Howard Braime, technical manager at Double H, and spoke to him about his IPM programs and some interesting new biocontrol delivery technology.
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Beneficial nematodes have a key role to play in IPM \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2012
The authors visited Becker Underwood in the UK in August this year to look at their nematode production facilities. They take a look at the current status of nematodes in IPM there and in Australia at a local company, Ecogrow.
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Greenhouses - A fruit fly-free zone? \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2011
The Queensland fruit fly turned into a potential advantage for the protected cropping industry in Australia. The authors think there could be exciting times ahead.
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Where have all the ladybirds gone? \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2011
In this two-part article, the authors shine a spotlight on neonicotinoid pesticides against a backdrop of widespread use of this group and concerning reports of an alarming and increasing loss of biodiversity. While honey bees have been the focus of ...
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Where have all the ladybirds gone? Part II \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2011
The authors explore the evidence for neonicotinoid impacts on honey bees, the role of governments in regulating pesticides, and the changes required to adequately evaluate their environmental safety.
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New predatory mites for thrips and whiteflies \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2011
Three newly released predatory mite species are making their debut in the European market as biocontrol agents against thrips in protected cropping. The two foliar-inhabiting species have a surprisingly broad host range, and look very promising for o ...
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Greenhouse capsicum IPM - A success story \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2011
In early February we joined James Altmann of Biological Services for a very productive visit to a greenhouse capsicum grower on the Adelaide Plains, to check out his pest situation. But first, some background on the main players in our story.
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New Zealand: biocontrol industry in hot water \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2011
The authors examine the ramifications of a controversial decision against a producer of biocontrol agents in New Zealand, who was convicted recently of releasing an unapproved exotic natural enemy into greenhouses 2 years ago.
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Minor use permits revisited \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2011
Australian greenhouse producers need access to modern, effective pesticides, preferably those that can be safely used with biocontrol agents when the need arises, but which are stymied by the present inefficient pesticide regulation system. Protected ...
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Meet Biological Services \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2010
Few greenhouse growers in Australia would be aware of the history of Biological Services, nor of James Altmann's passion for biocontrol and his dedication.
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Predatory bugs : to enhance biocontrol in Australia \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2010
IPM in protected crops in Australia has recieved a boost with the long-awaited entry into the market of a native pirate bug species, Orius armatus targeted for control of western flower thrips. There are several other predatory bugs in Australia also ...
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Eretmocerus warrae : new Australian biocontrol agent for greenhouse whitefly nears market \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2010
It is always gratifying to find a 'made in Australia' natural enemy of a key pest, one that doesn't have to be coveted from afar with little hope of importation ever being permitted; especially discovering one that has good potential for mass-product ...
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A tale of two Psyllids \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2010
Two species of a small, sap-sucking insect relevant to greenhouse crops are now in the Antipodes. The first is poised in New Zealand, waiting for passage to Australia. The other has only recently been described from eggplant in Australia, and has yet ...
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Organic Crop Protectants : true blue Aussie company \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2010
The saying, 'from small acorns oak trees grow', could be applied to Organic Crop Protectants. The authors have seen this Australian company grow from the germ of an idea to a succesful producer and retailer of a boutique range of sustainable pest man ...
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Biocontrol is good agricultural practice \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2009
Biocontrol has emerged as an essential component of Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) in greenhouse vegetable crop production, as food safety establishes itself as the key driver in the supply chain. In this article we offer a snapshot of recent movem ...
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Biocontrol rules at freshzest herbs \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Goodwin, S. \ Steiner, M. \ 2009
Ever wondered if IPM can work on your farm or how to get started? What would you do in the face of a catastrophe - bail out of IPM or work your way through the problem? The authors recount a case study of one herb grower's experience in his first cro ...
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Putting bugs in their place : innovations in delivery systems \ Practical hydroponics & greenhouses : the soilless culture & growers' magazine [Artikel]
Steiner, M. \ Goodwin, S. \ 2009
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