The first annual TriCal Group Tree and Vine School was a success. If you were able to attend the day of the event, Thursday – November 10th, we thank you! If you weren’t able to
Several important studies evaluating soil biology in fields treated with chloropicrin – the active ingredient in TriClor – have recently shown how soil biology changes for the better following fumigation. Learn more here!
Save the date for: TREE & VINE SCHOOL. It is FREE and will be a VIRTUAL ONLINE EVENT. Click here for more information about the event.
Welcome back to TriClor’s Deep Roots: A Blog! This is part 2 of the Growing Greater Grapes story. If you haven’t had the chance yet to familiarize yourself with the topic of nematode populations in
Are harmful nematode populations negatively impacting the grapes that you grow? As mentioned in my previous TriClor blog post, nematodes – which are microscopic roundworms found in soil – can cause considerable damage to plant
In California, nematodes can significantly impact crop production. They cause considerable damage to plant roots, disrupting the uptake of water and nutrients, resulting in reduced crop yield. For pre-treatment control, especially with regards to almond