A lawsuit alleges that dicamba spraying this summer damaged fruit trees in Missouri and blames Monsanto for the circumstances that led to the pesticide drift. In 2017, new formulations of dicamba registered for use in dicamba-tolerant crops will require specific nozzles and application tactics to avoid drift.
BASF on Thursday addressed questions about spreading dicamba drift issues on a media briefing call. Read moreRead More »
By Tiffany Stecker of BNA The EPA’s decision not to ban a widely used insecticide gained the backing of a federal appeals court, which said the agency followed court orders when it denied a request from environmental groups to restrict chlorpyrifos. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit’s July 18[…]Read More »