The restrictions are prompted by concerns that neonicotinoid pesticides contribute to the mortality of bees, birds, and butterflies, putting at risk that sector of the nation’s food supply that relies on them for pollination.
Being termed a “seed standardization” bill the proposed legislation would bar counties, municipalities, and other political subdivisions from enacting seed regulations. The TSTA Board of Directors recently voted to support the legislation. The legislation was introduced by member companies of the Biotechnology Information Organization and that coalition is being led[…]Read More »
Many eyes were on the Arkansas state pesticide board Nov. 21 as officials that oversee pesticide regulations wrestled with decisions on dicamba herbicide. At the end of a packed, three-hour public meeting, the Arkansas Plant Board voted to push measures toward that state’s governor that would ban some forms of[…]Read More »