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Novak: Mexico heading down EU path on ag restrictions

Mexico isn’t just banning the herbicide glyphosate. It’s also violating agreements under the newly enacted U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and showing signs that the government is following in the footsteps of the European Union and its restrictions on U.S. farm commodities, CropLife America President and CEO Christopher Novak tells Agri-Pulse.
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EPA extends dicamba registration for two years

Declaring that dicamba "is a valuable pest control tool for America’s farmers,” EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced Wednesday, Oct. 31 the agency was extending by two years the conditional registration for the herbicide to be used "over the top" to control weeds in dicamba-resistant soybeans and cotton.
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Experts duel at court hearing on Roundup and cancer

It was the battle of the experts at what was dubbed "Science Week" in a federal court in California last week, as lawyers for plaintiffs and for defendant Monsanto put witnesses on the stand who tried to explain the intricacies of toxicology and epidemiology to a federal and a state judge.
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EPA stresses scouting in herbicide guidance

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27, 2017 - New herbicide resistance guidance from EPA recommends label language that reminds growers and applicators to scout fields before applications, report when herbicides are not doing their job effectively, “and proactively take action before escaped weeds become widespread in their fields.”
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Dicamba: Is new label language the answer?

WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2017 – The Environmental Protection Agency is considering adopting new label language for dicamba herbicides to reduce the potential for soybean damage, estimated this season at more than 3 million acres throughout the South and Midwest.
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