Record number of pesticide misuse claims by Iowa farmers due to dicamba drift problems

Record number of pesticide misuse claims by Iowa farmers due to dicamba drift problems

Nationally, 2,242 farmers say dicamba has damaged an estimated 3.1 million acres, a University of Missouri report shows. Iowa ag leaders ...

Climate change could cripple Midwest but genetic technologies could offset damage

Climate change could hammer the Des Moines and Iowa economies in the decades ahead, as spiking temperatures dramatically reduce crop ...

Environmental Working Group: Biotech doesn’t deserve credit for reducing soil erosion

Genetically modified crops are unfairly getting credit for reducing soil erosion on U.S. farmland, an environmental group said. In a ...

Iowa consumers care more about taste, price, nutrition, safety than organic or GMOs in food

Iowans care about where their food is grown, whether it's organic, made with high-fructose syrup or without GMOs, a new ...