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.
Florida growers continue to utilize Best Management Practices in dealing with recent algal blooms. Read moreRead More »
As the month of July drew to a close, 13 official complaints of dicamba drift have been reported to the North Carolina of Agriculture, but the number of official complaints could increase, which is why North Carolina State University is continuing to urge careful stewardship of the technology. Read[…]Read More »