Donald Lester is the vice-president of product development at Vestaron Corporation, a Michigan-based biopesticide development company that has created a new insecticide chemistry based on spider venom pesticides.
Donald has a master's degree in agronomy and more than 80 scientific publications to his credit. He is a licensed pest control adviser and an internationally certified crop adviser.
Phosphorous acid products are causing a lot of buzz these days; however, people often get confused as there are so many similar sounding terms and compounds.
A lot has been said about how important it is to sanitize a growroom to keep problems at bay. Here are five ways to implement a mindset of biosecurity to make your next...
Compatibility agents have a legitimate place in greenhouse and hydroponic tank mixes, but they are not a fix for bad mixing decisions.
Applying fertilizer is not as easy as it seems. Here are the top 10 errors Don Lester has seen people make over the years... Read, learn and don’t repeat!
While sterilized soils might be convenient and cost effective to use, they can present certain challenges to the grower. Donald Lester fills us in.
You might already know that copper is one of the essential micronutrients that plants need for growth, but did you know that some plants require more copper than others,...
Of all the pests that can enter a greenhouse, arguably the most repulsive is the common garden snail.
Plants grown with amino acid-chelated supplements are generally richer in sugars and other nutritional elements, allowing them to be sold at premium prices. Read on to...
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