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.
Soon now, we will begin to hear the discordant cries of senators and representatives niggling over how much to spend and where the money will come from. Chances are pretty good that some will insist that nothing be budgeted for relief efforts unless an equal amount is cut from other[…]Read 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 »