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EPA appears likely to re-approve drift-prone dicamba herbicides with added restrictions

Bryan Young, Tom Bechman | 
When the U.S. EPA reregistered dicamba soybean herbicides for use on Xtend soybeans in 2018, labels were effective for two ...
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Neonicotinoid insecticides threaten birds? Friends of the Earth botches the science, entomologist says

Tom Bechman | 
Usually the Friends of the Earth emails are about some environmental cause that makes me chuckle. They’re always on the ...

US biotech groups lobby EU on 13 lagging GMO approvals

A consortium of U.S. commodity, seed and biotech groups has passed a letter to the European Health & Food Safety ...

Iowa State expert in food science and human nutrition: No evidence that GMOs are harmful

Holly Spangler | 
The question of whether GMOs are safe to eat is one among many that Ruth MacDonald hears a lot of. MacDonald ...
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