The International Agency for Research on Cancer issued a report last year declaring the herbicide glyphosate a probable carcinogen. Since then, the group’s research methods have come under question and more people are demanding open records about IARC’s work on the glyphosate finding.
A large long-term study on the use of the big-selling weedkiller glyphosate by agricultural workers in the United States has found no firm link between exposure to the pesticide and cancer, scientists said. Read moreRead More »
When dicamba drifts, it can damage traditional soybeans significantly, with the effects ranging from stunted growth to killing the crops. This year, Illinois had at least 600,000 acres damaged, according to expert estimates. The damage can cost farmers tens of thousands of dollars and is not covered by crop insurance.[…]Read More »