Cougarblight, Maryblyt and Xanthocast are three predictive disease model forecasts. Click on the link below for more information.
For every plant there is a supportive root base. Westbridge has a complete line of sustainable inputs that will help you keep all your bases covered.
Westbridge Agricultural Products announced today that the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has approved the use of Blossom Protect™ as a biofungicide in the prevention of walnut blight in walnuts. Blossom Protect™, initially EPA approved for use in the prevention of fire blight in … Continue reading
Jon Martin, of San Luis Obispo, has joined Westbridge Agricultural Products as its newest regional sales representative. Jon joined Westbridge in December 2013 and will be responsible for managing and growing business in the central coast region of California. Jon has a strong background in … Continue reading
An excerpt taken from the Aug 20, 2013 edition of the Michigan Grape & Wine Newsletter.
An organic biological product for the prevention of gray mold in grape and berry production, as well as Anthracnose, Phomopsis, and Rhizopus rots on berries. Registered for sale in Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Washington.
Westbridge Agricultural Products announces that Botector® has been approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a biopesticide for the control of Gray Mold in grape production. Developed by bio-ferm GmbH in Tulln, Austria, and exclusively marketed in the United States by Westbridge Agricultural Products … Continue reading
Latchford Vineyard creates vine balance and increases root development. In 2001, Bill Latchford, a horseman-turned-winemaker, harvested his first wine grape crop after planting a vineyard on the southfacing slopes of his once upon a time horse ranch. What began as a hobby, quickly turned into … Continue reading
A highly effective plant protection product used for the prevention of fire blight in pome fruit (apple, pear and quince). It contains microorganisms which block the fire blight pathogen, Erwinia amylovora, from colonizing the blossoms and nectaries through natural competition for space and nutrients. Registered … Continue reading