The International Agency for Research on Cancer issued a report last year declaring the herbicide glyphosate a probable carcinogen. Since then, the group’s research methods have come under question and more people are demanding open records about IARC’s work on the glyphosate finding.
On November 17, 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released documents to the federal docket regarding food-use tolerance revocations of chlorpyrifos. This proposed action follows a long review of chlorpyrifos that has included three separate Scientific Advisory Panels (SAPs), the first two held in 2008 and 2012 and the[…]Read More »
It’s been a little bit like watching a train wreck in real time. Only lately, somebody pressed the fast-forward button. The train wreck in reference is what will probably go down in agriculture’s history as the “Dicamba Disaster of 2017.” Read moreRead More »