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Waypoint Analytical opens new location in Champaign, Ill.

Waypoint Analytical, the largest agricultural and environmental soil testing network in the U.S., announced its newest location in Champaign, Ill. The new facility joins nine other Waypoint Analytical locations across the country providing next day testing service on routine soil and plant tissue samples, precision ag support and agronomic training, and a full range of agricultural and environmental compliance services through the company network.


CropLife America stresses importance of grower and beekeeper communication

CropLife America (CLA) has submitted public comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in response to the agency’s Proposal to Mitigate Exposure to Bees from Acutely Toxic Pesticide Products. The EPA proposal would prohibit the foliar applications of products containing any of 76 pesticide active ingredients during bloom where bees are known to be present under contract pollination services.


Mobile drip irrigation seeking foothold in western Kansas fields

In a region where some of the United States’ most productive farmland lies, Kansas State University researchers are putting a water-saving technology on the fast track. Agricultural engineer Isaya Kisekka said he and other faculty in the university’s Southwest Research and Extension Center are finding ways to retrofit center pivot sprinklers with mobile drip irrigation tubes.


Ben & Jerry’s defends Vermont law requiring disclosure of GMO foods

Ben & Jerry’s has joined other Vermont businesses and consumer groups in defending Vermont’s new labeling requirements for genetically engineered (GE) foods – one of the first such labeling laws in the country – against a federal court challenge brought by the food industry. The groups submitted a brief supporting the disclosure of GE ingredients so people have more information about the health, safety and environmental impacts of the foods they consume.


Research collaboration between Bayer CropScience and Elemental Enzymes

Bayer CropScience LP and Elemental Enzymes Ag and Turf LLC announced a research initiative focused on improving crop productivity. Working together and building on their respective innovation expertise, the two companies look to create breakthrough technologies that will enhance agricultural sustainability and help meet the challenge of feeding a growing world population.


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