It’s the silver anniversary for the USDA’s Pesticide Data Program, which marks 25 years with results from samples collected in 2015. It’s a comforting report because it shows American-grown fruits and vegetables are safe because pesticide levels are kept below levels permitted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has the most stringent restrictions in the world.
Dicamba dominated the conversation at the University of Missouri Graves-Chapple Research Center’s field day last week. Read moreRead More »
As herbicide-resistant pigweed remains a major problem in the state, “there are growers who need new technologies. Some of them are looking at the (Xtend) technology as a key tool for in-season use. Read moreRead More »