UF researchers need grower input on neonics

UF researchers need grower input on neonics

Researchers are studying the economic effect of neonic pesticide restrictions on plant production.

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August 16, 2018
Edited by Matt McClellan
Pest & Disease

Researchers at the University of Florida are conducting a study that investigates the potential effects of neonicotinoid pesticides related regulation on the economic feasibility of pest management in ornamental horticulture.

The researchers are looking for industry participation, particularly from growers with experience with neonic pesticides. The study is investigating the effect of a neonic ban/restrictions on plant producers. Grower participation will help stakeholders to better understand the economic viability of alternative pest management practices and regulation.

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