EPA science advisors are backing EPA’s plan to register a pesticide product that uses RNA interference after finding the agency’s review has quieted past concern about RNAi. Some advisors are calling for additional testing of potential risks, including to species that dwell in sediment and soil.
Consumers speak with their wallets, and right now, those wallets are opening more and more for organic and non-GMO crops. And U.S. production isn’t keeping up, according to a new report from CoBank. Read moreRead More »