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Why You May Want to Rethink Hull Split Applications at 1700 Degree Days

July 25, 2019

Around hull split this year, we heard from a lot of growers that they have historically based their first hull split applications on a 1700 degree day threshold.

Semios Washington Account Manager Profiled On agri.CULTURE

July 17, 2019

We're proud to find Semios Washington Account Manager, Pedro Cuevas featured on agri.CULTURE, a Facebook group dedicated to sharing the people and stories of Ag. 

Understanding Variable Rate Mating Disruption

July 15, 2019

A common pest management tactic in agriculture, mating disruption involves deploying synthetic pheromones to interfere with the mating process of certain troublesome insects. 

Regional California Red Scale Trends Ahead of Crawler Emergence

June 28, 2019

As we near the end of this season's second California Red Scale (CRS) flight, here's an update on the pest activity patterns we're seeing based on region-wide trapping using our automated CRS...

Washington State Oriental Fruit Moth Mid-Season Update

June 25, 2019

A growing pest in Washington State, Oriental Fruit Moth (OFM) is quickly becoming a cause for concern amongst apple, cherry, and stone fruit growers. 

On The Fence About Mating Disruption this Season?

April 4, 2019

Has this cold, wet Central Valley spring got you worried about yield? Does mating disruption make sense if there are less nuts on the tree?

Comparing Degree Day Tracking Sources for Navel Orangeworm Generation Flight Prediction

March 22, 2019

Degree day tracking is a common integrated pest management (IPM) practice used to predict the phenology of orchard pests such as navel orangeworm (NOW) (Amyelois transitella). Degree days are used...

Semios Named to Thrive Top 50 Global Agtech Companies

March 11, 2019

Vancouver, March 11, 2019 - For the second consecutive year, Semios is proud to be named to SVG Ventures' THRIVE Top 50 annual ranking of the world's leading scaling and visionary agriculture...

Tracking Bee Active Hours and Bloom

March 1, 2019

It's that time of year when everyone is worried about how bloom is progressing and whether bees are active enough to get the job done. Both temperatures and bloom are off to a slow start compared...

Semios Introduces First Aerosol Organic Pheromone for the Control of Navel Orangeworm in Almond, Pistachio, Walnut, and Fig Crops

February 25, 2019

Fresno, CA - Semios is pleased to add NOW Eco to its Integrated Pest Management (IPM) platform for the 2019 growing season. Certified for organic production by the California Department of...

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