Inputs: The Podcast
Inputs: Insect pest management with Tyler Wist and John Gavloski
Sponsored by A&L Canada Laboratories Inc.
by A&L Canada Laboratories Inc.
Welcome to the fourth episode in our series providing exclusive coverage of the Plant Health Summit, a conference put on by Top Crop Manager at the end of February. In this series, you can expect to hear about topics such as plant growth regulators, fertilization, disease management and updates, and – in this episode – insect pest control.
In the fourth episode of our Plant Health Summit Series, Tyler Wist, a field crop entomologist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Saskatoon, and John Gavloski, an entomologist with Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development. Wist shares information on beneficial insects, parasitoids and predators, and how to use them to control insect pest populations in crops. Gavloski updates listeners on neonicotinoids: the issues surrounding their use, the regulatory reviews that three are under, and how to use them responsibly.
A list of resources Tyler Wist mentioned in his interview:
- Field Crop and Forage Pests and their Natural Enemies in Western Canada (also known as the #AAFCBugBook)
- The most recent version was published in 2018. It is downloadable, printable, and available in French too.
- Cereal Aphid Manager App
- Prairie Pest Monitoring Network Blog
- Field Heroes – the latest information (and videos) about beneficial insects or on Twitter @FieldHeroes
Resource mentioned in John Gavloski’s interview:
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