EPA is currently taking comment through Oct. 4 on its June 6 draft review that found the nation’s second-most commonly-used herbicide poses risks to species, including aquatic plants and some mammals, and suggested possible restrictions.
As farmers across the Midwest prepare for postemergent spraying, southern states report new dicamba formulations won’t be a silver bullet to all weeds. Palmer amaranth’s resilience is proving to be more challenging than farmers expected and begs for farmers to follow the less than 4” guideline. Read moreRead More »
Environmental groups have long sought to prohibit the use of organophosphates, particularly the agricultural insecticide chlorpyrifos. But TCVP also has been targeted in court as a risky chemical for children, who like to pet and hold flea collar-wearing animals. Read moreRead More »