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15:35PM Aug 09, 2019

EPA Tells Manufacturers ‘Don’t Label Glyphosate as Carcinogen’

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
In the midst of thousands of lawsuits claiming glyphosate causes cancer, EPA announced it will not approve glyphosate product labels that claim the herbicide is known to cause cancer.
14:42PM Aug 08, 2019

Glyphosate Overview: Where are We Now?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Glyphosate—better known as Roundup—has been under fire for the past several years. Shareholders are squeezing executives for more information and solutions as the spotlight shines on the herbicide from many
John Phipps
06:00AM Jul 31, 2019

John Phipps: The Power of a Pollinator Plot

It's been almost exactly 2 years since my first report on my pollinator plot. I was not exactly optimistic it would amount to much in the beginning. Thanks to experts
00:05AM Jul 29, 2019

Minnesota Tries to Stop High-Cost Invasive Weed

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
The Palmer amaranth plants the Agriculture Department's team found here were quickly burned using propane torches, before they could go to seed.
14:43PM Jul 15, 2019

Hybrid Weaknesses Impact Pest Control

Darrell Smith
Conservation and Machinery Editor
Seed selection drives defensive decisions for weeds, diseases and insects
08:30AM Jul 06, 2019

Can Hemp Withstand Drift?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Also, there’s no federally labeled pesticides, insecticides and herbicides approved. Can Hemp Withstand Drift? Betsy Jibben talks about the lack of chemicals and if it can withstand drift.
09:09AM Jul 03, 2019

Ken Ferrie: Evaluate Nitrogen Loss In Corn

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
In Ferrie’s Boots In The Field podcast this week, he discusses corn development and how to address some of the issues it currently faces.