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Those French scientists are at it again. This time researchers are bombarding the world media with... Read more.
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Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey said Tuesday that any attempt to regulate fertilizer applications to... Read more.
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One of the largest purchasers of Pacific Northwest wheat is easing restrictions on imports of wheat... Read more.
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The Ohio State Senate is considering a bill that would require reductions in fertilizer runoff produced... Read more.
A new bill in Kauai County, Hawaii was introduced to allow the county to govern the use of pesticides... Read more.
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