Bayer announces agreements to resolve major legacy Monsanto litigation

Bayer announced June 24 a series of agreements that will substantially resolve major outstanding Monsanto litigation, including U.S. Roundup product liability litigation, dicamba drift litigat... more »

ARS scientists probe pollinator survival strategies

Agricultural Research Service?scientists have shed new light this spring on strategies used to ensure the survival of two very different pollinators.Researchers at the?Edward T. Schafer Agricult... more »

Representatives call for inclusion of apple growers in pandemic relief efforts

House of Representatives' Anthony Brindisi and Elise Stefanik of New York, and Dan Newhouse of Washington led a bipartisan call of 25 members of Congress to demand the United States Department of Agri... more »

Robotic crop pollination goal of new $1 million grant from USDA

Developing robotic technology for crop pollination is the goal of a new project for Washington State University scientists.Funded by a nearly $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agricultu... more »

EPA has guidance on pesticide safety training rules during COVID-19

Agricultural workers and pesticide handlers directly support the nation’s agricultural production and food supply and EPA is committed to ensuring they are protected from workplace hazards.EPA h... more »

Citing flawed USDA data, USApple joins industry in CFAP appeal

The U.S. Apple Association, joined by apple organizations across the nation, on June 16 urged USDA to reconsider growers for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program funding. According to the groups, USDA?... more »

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