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More than 99% of food sampled by the USDA in 2016 had pesticide residues below federal tolerances and 22% had no detectable residues.
The US EPA's registration of Monsanto's herbicide, XtendiMax (dicamba, diglycolamine salt), violated federal pesticide law and the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and should be revoked, environmentalists said last week in a filing with the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Recent rhetoric from the US Trump administration suggests that the USDA may once again be ready to try and overhaul its regulations for genetically modified crops.
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