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Pesticide (insecticide and miticide) resistance is an important issue associated with greenhouse production systems. Greenhouse producers must implement proper resistance management strategies in order to avoid insect and/or mites developing metabolic or physiological resistance to the commonly used pesticides. The primary means of mitigating the prospect of resistance is by developing rotation programs that involve switching modes of action across generations. Raymond Cloyd will teach you how to combat pesticide resistance by developing rotation programs based on using different modes of action, which, in the end, will allow you to grow a healthy and profitable crop.