Has this cold, wet Central Valley spring got you worried about yield? Does mating disruption make sense if there are fewer nuts on the tree?
In fact, fewer nuts on the tree can mean more moths per nut making it even more important to protect the crop you’ve got – especially in a high-pressure year.
It’s not too late.
As presented at the 2018 Almond Conference by UC IPM Advisors, David Haviland, Jhalendra Rijal, and Emily Symmes, mating disruption means:
- 50-70% Less NOW Damage
- Reduced NOW Pest Population
- Improved Resistance Management
And Semios gives you more!
- Automated Camera Traps
- Remote Controlled Variable Rate Pheromone Dispensers
- In-Canopy Weather Stations
- Installation, Monitoring, & Maintenance Included
Semios customers get the most precise view of pest pressure based on their own in-canopy conditions.
Pest Management Tools Include:
- In-Canopy degree day reporting
- Hull split prediction model
- Automated alerts for advanced notice
Did you hear?
- Semios Announces Irrigation Efficiency Program
Included with new customer installs for the 2019 season
- New for 2019 – Semios Introduces Certified Organic NOW Eco
Industry’s First Certified Organic Aerosol for NOW Control
To learn more about Semios, contact your region’s Account Manager.
North & Mid Valley Account Manager
E: email@example.com | T: (559) 573-4199
South Valley Account Manager
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | T: (559) 408-8721