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 has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of effective plant nutrients, biopesticides and specialty inputs since 1982.
Heather Palmer, Westbridge Regional Sales Representative, speaks about the benefits of the Westbridge organic product line.
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
Sustainable agricultural practices promote low pesticide input farming and integrated pest management programs. It is generally agreed that the overuse and misuse of conventional pesticides has placed our foodchain and environment at risk and has contributed to a rise in pesticide resistance. Although few plant … Continue reading
Blossom Protect™ Approved by EPA as a Biopesticide to Prevent Fire Blight in Apples and Pears Vista, CA Blossom Protect™ was approved on January 31, 2012 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a biopesticide for the control of fire blight in pome fruit orchards. … Continue reading
Westbridge Agricultural Products of Vista, California, and Bio-ferm of Tulln, Austria, are proud to announce their new partnership. Bio-ferm has granted Westbridge exclusive U.S. distribution rights of Blossom Protect™, a biological product used to combat fire blight infection in pome fruit (apple, pear and quince).Blossom … Continue reading
Westbridge Agricultural Products, a California manufacturer of TRIGGRR®, BioLink®, SUNBurst® and Earthtrend® fertilizers, biological pesticides and adjuvants, is pleased to introduce the newest addition to their sales representative team. Heather Morois, of Southern California, joined the company in August and will be the regional product … Continue reading
The organic farming trend is no doubt a growing phenomenon. But farmers who convert from conventional practices are struggling to produce a well-qualified and competitive fruit, under heightened restrictions. While conventional growers are using Gibberellic Acid (GA) to help them achieve desired fruit set, organic … Continue reading