More and more entities are filing lawsuits to force the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to vacate the controversial new rule redefining the scope of federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act.
By Terry Spurlock, University of Arkansas Extension Plant Pathologist
An unidentified “mystery root disease” present in soybeans is being investigated in the Midsouth, and especially Arkansas. Terry Spurlock, University of Arkansas Extension plant pathologist, provided an explanation and update.
Kansas-based agrochemical and biotechnology firm SynTech Research and New Jersey’s Symbiotic Research LLC, a laboratory-based life sciences contract research organization, announce an exclusive strategic alliance agreement.
Towing a trailer can be precarious if you don’t understand how the added weight and length can cause a dangerous situation. To stay safe while towing, there are a few simple guidelines that minimize and help prevent trailer sway.
As the world runs low of water, especially for irrigating crops, new technology is necessary. New lower cost forms of desalination are necessary, but economical recycling of waste water is also expected to be a necessity.
More than 40,000 miles of California’s rivers and streams are currently threatened by pollution, according to a list of impaired waterways submitted by the state to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved an emergency order Wednesday that will keep Lower Colorado River water from being released downstream to farmers. The no release stays in effect until Oct. 15, according to media reports.