Field Vegetables

26 July 2021

These insects are an important indicator of ecosystem health, so it is essential to know which ones are present in your crops.

26 July 2021

Flies (Diptera) are the most numerous insects found on farmland.

30 June 2021

Avoiding food waste by control of disease in storage cabbage webinar looking at what you can do to prevent cabbage storage issues such as Botrytis, Phytophthora and virus as well as the applied research that has been taking place

24 June 2021

This webinar is all about the trial conducted at Allium & Brassica Centre to reduce wastage due to diseases of cabbage in storage

12 July 2021

Find out how to identify and monitor wireworms across a wide variety of crops.

12 July 2021

Learn about the life cycle and identification of chafer grubs affecting potatoes and sugar beet.

12 July 2021

Learn about the crop damage caused by the pygmy beetle on sugar beet and how to prevent losses.

12 July 2021

Learn about minor flea beetles, including the Wessex, striped, turnip, adult beet and flax flea beetles.

23 July 2021

Bean seed fly larvae can damage alliums, peas, cereals, field beans, and vegetable brassicas.

13 July 2021

Currant–lettuce aphid feeds on the foliage of lettuce plants, causing stunting and contamination issues.

13 July 2021

Field thrips affect peas, field beans and sugar beet and require close monitoring to identify attacks.

13 July 2021

Understand the life cycle and how to manage the lettuce root aphid.

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