Over the past few years, a number of the go-to pest management tools have been taken off the market by manufacturers or edict from the EPA. But, while the conventional crop protection portfolio has been shrinking, the offerings and emergence of biological-based solutions have been growing.
Hopeful the Trump administration will loosen the regulatory grip of the Environmental Protection Agency, making it easier to use the herbicides they need to manage tough weeds. Still education is vital. Read moreRead More »
By Rachel Leven A House-passed bill that would change the makeup of a board that offers scientific advice to the EPA may face better odds in the Senate than a previous version last session. The EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 1431), sponsored by Rep. Frank Lucas[…]Read More »