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Financial reporters have been quick to jump on the fact that two of the world’s larger fertilizer... Read more.
France seems to continually be in the news related to rejecting the use of conventional crop protection... Read more.
Levels of pesticides continue to be a concern for aquatic life in the nation’s rivers and streams... Read more.
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