The restrictions are prompted by concerns that neonicotinoid pesticides contribute to the mortality of bees, birds, and butterflies, putting at risk that sector of the nation’s food supply that relies on them for pollination.
The Indiana Pesticide Review Board voted Aug. 30 to place all agricultural-use dicamba products under restricted use for the state. This means only certified applicators will be able to apply the product, if the rule passes a couple more steps. Read moreRead More »
But in the vacuum left by the news vans, TV cameras and reporters vying for air time are human beings left wondering how they will ever put their lives back together. And more than a few in South Texas, where Hurricane Harvey dealt as bad a blow to the U.S.[…]Read More »