The U.S. House of Representatives approved bipartisan legislation to eliminate an unnecessary, duplicative, and costly regulatory process under the EPA for the approved use of pesticides.
The Arkansas State Plant Board told the herbicide industry in no uncertain terms that it does not believe new formulations of dicamba can be used without significant amounts of volatility and other off-target movement. The board unanimously approved regulations that would ban dicamba applications after mid-April, essentially limiting its use[…]Read More »
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue met yesterday with President Trump to present a package of changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard aimed at ending tensions between corn farmers and oil refining firms over the program. Read moreRead More »