We are the Rincon-Vitova team.  We’re the oldest among commercial free-enterprise insectaries and have been a pioneer for a growing biological control industry and profession since the late 1950’s.

We’re grateful to be supplying products, services and just plain old information to farmers and gardeners who want to use effective and sustainable technologies based on biological pest control by natural enemies. We maintain an emphasis on building habitat diversity and conserving natural enemies to ensure biological control programs that are affordable and work.

We proudly serve thousands of large and small farms, nurseries, green houses, landscape and interior plantscapers, livestock and composting operations, hotels and resorts, zoos, botanical gardens, government agencies, many research institutions, and private residences.

In our ongoing efforts to emphasize the importance of biological control, we’ve started up this blog to help disburse information pertinent to our mission of offering natural methods of pest control without resorting to harmful chemical alternatives.

Our Goals:

* Produce beneficial insects and organisms designed by nature to control pests.
* Support our customers with current technical information.
* Support the Dietrick Institute for Applied Insect Ecology.
* Develop distribution in an expanding network of biocontrol experts.
* Make responsible choices for the planet.
* Make responsible choices for the community.

For more information about us, check out our About us page at Rinconvitova.com.

Contact: bugnet@rinconvitova.com
Ron Whitehurst, Pest Control Advisor:  ron@rinconvitova.com
Customer Service :  orderdesk@rinconvitova.com

PO Box 1555, Ventura, CA 93002-1555
108 Orchard Dr , Ventura, CA 93001
805 643-5407 800-248-2847 Fax 805 643-6267

GPS Coordinates: W119º 17’ 30″ N34º 18’ 30″

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4 Responses to “About Us”


  1. 1 Dan O'Hanlon June 21, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    I sure would like to find the RSS feed button on the blog so I could subscribe. There is one in the ‘About Us’ portion, but that only suscbibes me to the Comments Thanks! -Dan O’Hanlon

    • 2 Bryce June 22, 2009 at 10:07 pm

      Hey Dan,

      Thanks for your interest! It’s always fun to hear from readers, especially fellow bug bloggers. We recently saved a lost colony of bees ourselves. They were hidden away in an old gas drum. They now live on the bug farm buzzing away. Maybe we can get a more in-depth post up about that.

      Anyway, as per your request, I added a RSS button to the top of the main page. I know it was on my “to do list” at some point. Better late than never, I suppose.

      Thanks again,

      Bryce

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  3. 4 nelsonspestcontrol.com October 6, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    What’s up, just wanted to tell you, I liked this blog post. It was practical. Keep on posting!


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