Bugs for Bugs Spring Update

The Bugs for Bugs Spring Update is now available!

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Bugs for Bugs Autumn Update

The Bugs for Bugs Autumn Update is now available!

This update features stories about how our biocontrol agents help to keep the gardens at Parliament House pest free and how Leppington Pastoral Company is leading the way in innovative nuisance fly control.

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Berry Bulletin October 2017

Take a look at our October Berry Bulletin!

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Bugs for Bugs Spring Update

The Bugs for Bugs Spring Update is now available!
You can view and download a copy of our latest newsletter here.

Berry Bulletin July 2017

Take a look at our July Berry Bulletin!

This edition includes:

  • an update on the Queensland strawberry season;
  • tips for thrips management;
  • a review of fruit bronzing; and
  • information about Queenslad fruit fly management.

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Berry Bulletin April 2017

Check out our April Berry Bulletin for berry production news and updates from growing regions around the country.

Bugs for Bugs Autumn Update

The latest Bugs for Bugs update introduces our newest biological control agent, the Spotted Ladybird for aphid control. The newsletter is packed with information about our predatory mites, including tips for optimising predatory mite establishment and performance, and also features IPM grower stories from the Costa Group (berries) and [email protected] (glasshouse cucumbers).

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Berry Bulletin November 2016

Our November Berry Bulletin takes you ‘around the traps’ with a rundown of current production issues from the southern growing regions through to the Queensland high country. It is packed with practical information and insights from our experienced strawberry field consultants. This bulletin also includes a feature on how to get the most out of your predatory mites. Take a look at the newsletter here.

Bugs for Bugs Spring update

The latest Bugs for Bugs newsletter introduces our expanding range of pheromone products for use in monitoring, mass trapping and mating disruption programs. It also features biological control success stories from strawberries and apples, and notes on preparing for the seasonal increase in fruit fly activity. Click here to view the newsletter.