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Proper pesticide storage can help prolong chemical shelf life and prevent accidents.

The secure storage of pesticides ensures safety and prevents misuse. Learn more about building a pesticide storage unit and using safe storage practices.

With bloom season approaching for fruit crops, it's important to remind growers of the main tactics for reducing the risk of pesticides to bees.

Media stories about pesticides may convince some consumers certain fruits and vegetables aren't safe. But what is the science behind the information?

Using a sprayer that is not calibrated correctly can be waste of chemicals and money. Follow these tips to getting your sprayer ready for the spring season.

Insect control is safer and more sophisticated than ever before, but demand for organically-grown food has revived interest an ancient Persian pesticide.

A conference for fruit and vegetable growers is set for Feb. 7 at the Oasis Conference Center, 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road in Loveland.

Non-crop pollen is consistently contaminated with a host of agricultural and urban pesticides throughout the growing season.

Ortho, a division of Scotts Miracle-Gro Co., announced it will phase out neonicotinoids in its garden care lineup by 2021. But will it help save the bees?

The leading maker of home and garden pest control is removing neonicotinoids from its products.
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