The American Chemistry Council kicked off a campaign Jan. 25 to educate the public on what they see as weaknesses with a cancer agency’s methods of assessing hazards.
Pesticide applications increase during the Texas growing season, she adds, so landowners should know the rules and what options are available if they suffer damages from spray drift. Read moreRead More »
“Products that are labeled ‘not for animal use’ are not at the proper application rate for the animals, or worse, shouldn’t be used on animals at all,” she said. “Applying them to livestock could have a negative impact on the animals such as skin issues, retention in the meat or[…]Read More »