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Environmentalists are urging a federal court to reject US President Trump administration's request for an additional two years to complete recommendations on how to safeguard endangered species from legal uses of three organophosphate insecticides.
The US state of Missouri is imposing new restrictions on dicamba herbicides that are more stringent than federal rules, including bans on summer-time spraying.
The USDA’s national institute of food and agriculture (NIFA) is to fund research on “environmentally friendly” pesticides and other strategies to replace the fumigant, methyl bromide.
The US Trump administration has asked a federal court for an additional two years to complete recommendations intended to protect endangered species from legal uses of three organophosphate insecticides.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week held the first of two public meetings to gather advice about how to spend $3 million to promote the benefits of agricultural biotechnology.
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