Biocontrol by Drones For Citrus Orchards
Why Using Biocontrol in Citrus Orchards?
Natural Enemies of California Red Scale and Yellow Scale
Natural Enemies of the Asian Citrus Psyllid
Augmented release of beneficial insects in IPM orchards, while not enough by themselves, have an important part to play in the control of Asian citrus psyllid populations. Orchards that are under minimal chemical management have very good biotic resistance, mainly from natural enemies.
Advantages of releasing beneficials from a drone for citrus growers
Easy access to the field
Better establishment than manual release
Better use of your labor
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