Genetically modified crops are helping farmers around the world reduce the environmental impact of agricultural production, according to Kate Hall, managing director of the Council for Biotechnology Information and spokesperson for GMO Answers. Hall published her thoughts in a recent editorial published by Forbes.
the Arkansas Plant Board Pesticide Committee approved of an in-crop dicamba ban from April 15 to Dec. 31, 2018. The next steps for the potential ban are approval from the full Plant Board, the Arkansas Governor and the Arkansas Legislature. Read moreRead More »
Chlorpyrifos, marked by Dow Chemical under names like Dursban and Lorsban, has been repeatedly linked to human health issues, especially in children, like increased rates of autism and decreased intelligence. On the environmental side, it’s known to be toxic to bees as well as to some aquatic animals like shrimp. With Pruitt[…]Read More »