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EPA Close to Clearing Legal Backlog, Working on Herbicide, Insecticide Strategy Incorporating the Endangered Species Act

⋅ BY MARY HIGHTOWER ⋅ Lack of personnel and sketchy maps are among the stumbling blocks as the Environmental Protection Agency works pesticide approvals through...

AgCenter Opens Application Process for its Leadership Class

⋅ BY CRAIG GAUTREAUX ⋅ The LSU AgCenter Agricultural Leadership Development Program is now accepting applications for Class XIX, which is scheduled to begin in...

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Corn Planting Reminders

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Water is often the limiting factor for corn production. The lack of water during key growth stages or an overabundance in stages when the...

Editor’s Note

Be Safe For Everyone On The Farm

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This is not an easy column to write and won’t be easy to read, either. I could have passed on this topic, but would that have been the right thing to do? I was so strongly moved by it that I thought it too important not to write about. I was perusing the Clemson University Agricultural Safety web pages recently and found the Ag Injury News Report for January 2024....

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Crop Protection

EPA Opens Public Comment on Draft Guidance for Pesticide...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public comment on draft guidance to improve the efficiency of EPA’s Endangered Species Act (ESA) analyses...

Equipment & Technology

UGA’s Institute for Integrative Precision Agriculture to host international...

⋅ BY DAVID MITCHELL ⋅ Crop and livestock farms throughout Georgia are in a perpetual exchange of ideas and innovations to solve challenges that have...