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Monitoring for Pests – ONfloriculture

Monitoring for Pests – ONfloriculture


Final week we launched you to the primary video in our “how-to” collection, designed to show vital greenhouse IPM methods based mostly on the present info and greatest practices. This week’s video is a couple of keystone of IPM: efficient monitoring of pests.

With every video being underneath 10 minutes lengthy, they could be a great tool in coaching new employees. In addition they comprise some useful tips and ideas for extra skilled pest administration practitioners!

All movies had been developed by the Vineland Analysis and Innovation Centre, in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Meals and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA), and are relevant to each greenhouse flower and vegetable producers.

Hold studying to search out the hyperlink to the video and additional studying for profitable monitoring. And, keep tuned for subsequent week’s video, all about high quality assurance testing of pure enemies!

Video Description

Title: Monitoring For Pests within the Greenhouse

Preliminary Launch Date: 2020

Particulars: Common monitoring of greenhouse crops needs to be carried out to evaluate pest incidence and severity, and is important for the success of IPM applications. This video outlines crucial parts of monitoring: utilizing yellow sticky traps or lure crops for insect monitoring and inspecting crops weekly for different indicators of illness or insect pests. It additionally highlights the significance of recording your findings to trace pest populations over time.

Extra info referring to this video:


These movies had been funded by the Ontario Agri-Meals Innovation Alliance (beforehand the OMAFRA-U of G Partnership). This can be a collaboration between the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Meals & Rural Affairs and the College of Guelph to advance analysis and innovation that contributes to the success of the province’s agri-food sector and promotes rural financial improvement. Movies had been made as a part of the KTT Funding Program stream.

Funding was additionally acquired by the Canadian Greenhouse Convention.

We sincerely thank those who contributed to the making of those movies, together with: Dr. Rose Buitenhuis (Vineland), Jesse DeHaan (Vineland), Dr. Sarah Jandricic (OMAFRA), Laxmi Khadka (Vineland), Cara McCreary (OMAFRA), Caitlin MacDonald (Vineland), Ashley Summerfield (Vineland) and Taro Saito (Vineland).

We additionally thank Omni Media for video manufacturing.

Disclaimer: the looks of any merchandise in these movies doesn’t represent endorsement by OMAFRA or the Vineland Analysis and Innovation Centre. Movies comprise present info as of the preliminary launch date. Some merchandise or procedures that weren’t out there or extensively used on the time of filming weren’t included in these movies. Any merchandise featured within the movies could at present be unavailable or discontinued.



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