The ongoing dialogue about how to establish if endocrine-disrupting chemicals may have an effect on human health and the environment is like much of the conversation we have about science in general today: hazard versus risk.
Tractor speed, GPA, nozzle type, pressure, boom height, and chemicals applied are all interacting to partially determine the effectiveness of herbicide applications. Herbicide rate, timing and environmental conditions before and after application are also very critical. Read moreRead More »
By Sylvia Carignan The EPA says its new electronic reporting tools will make interactions with states and industry “smarter, better and faster.” With only a few reservations, states and businesses tend to agree. Environmental Protection Agency staff showed off nascent projects for streamlining hazardous waste reporting, emissions reporting, environmental monitoring[…]Read More »