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- Search warrants issued in dicamba investigationPosted by Tom Steever on October 25, 2016 at 9:33 pm
The Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed that it issued search warrants in its investigation of dicamba herbicide injury on soybeans and other crops in southeastern Missouri. The damaged soybeans are the result of alleged misapplication of an old formulation of dicamba on cotton engineered to be tolerant of the herbicide. Special Agents of the EPA’s […] The post Search warrants issued in dicamba investigation appeared first on Brownfield Ag News. &nbs […]
- UNL-IANR names new vice chancellorPosted by email@example.com on October 25, 2016 at 9:29 pm
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s (UNL) Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources has a new vice chancellor. He is Michael Boehm, currently professor of plant pathology and vice provost for academic and strategic planning at The Ohio State University. The 51-year old Boehm will join UNL on January 1st. He takes over for Ronnie Green, who […] The post UNL-IANR names new vice chancellor appeared first on Brownfield Ag News. &nbs […]
- Steps to reduce farming’s carbon footprint may also boost productionPosted by Tom Steever on October 25, 2016 at 9:16 pm
Experts say farming practices that lead to carbon neutral food production can also contribute to higher production. Kansas State University Professor Chuck Rice tells Brownfield that farmers’ easiest, off-the-shelf technology to reduce agriculture’s carbon footprint is no-till farming. “Many soils, not all, will respond to less disturbance, less tillage, and increase the soil carbon content,” […] The post Steps to reduce farming’s carbon footprint may also boost production appeared first on Brownfield Ag News. &nbs […]