INFORMATION & IDEAS
Protect your vegetable crops from soil-borne disease including seedling blight and rot and Southern blight with DuPont™ Fontelis® fungicide to give them a good start.
Late-season brown marmorated stink bug populations can be controlled with Lannate® LV and Vydate® L.
Timely application of DuPont™ Fontelis® provides excellent control of target spot and other fungal diseases on tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables.
Early prevention and a consistent crop protection schedule are key to preventing powdery mildew in cucurbits.
Tackle changing weather conditions and protect cucurbit quality with effective insect and disease control.
The Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association (FFVA) Emerging Leaders Program is partnering with DuPont Crop Protection to equip new leaders in the Florida specialty crops industry.
Learn how a California grower uses Fontelis® fungicide to protect against lettuce drop losses.
Tanos® in an integrated control strategy help protect tomato and pepper crops from bacterial disease.
There are three principles behind effective fungicide resistance management.
Using a pest control product with a single active ingredient supports integrated pest management programs in tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables.
The DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® sugar beet cost replacement program protects early season herbicide and insecticide investments for sugar beet growers who apply UpBeet® and/or Assure® II herbicides during the growing season.
Field sanitation is an important part of season wrap-up. Prompt crop destruction ends production of disease inoculum and insects to help prevent spread to other host plants.
The DuPont TankMix Calculator Application lets you quickly and easily calculate product amounts for your field or tank size. A demonstration video shows you how.
Target spot management is changing as tomato crops respond differently to various fungicides. Check these best practices for effective target spot control.
Diligent insect control in tomatoes is critical to protecting valuable crops from insect-vectored viruses. Phil Stansly, University of Florida, offers five tips to achieve better tomato disease control.
The United Fresh Industry Leadership Program, sponsored by DuPont Crop Protection, provides opportunities for members of the United Fresh Produce Association to improve their leadership skills and gain knowledge.