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Name That Weed - Second Edition

Here comes another tricky round of “Name That Weed!” Let us know how many of them you got right! We love hearing your feedback!

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Name That Weed - Second Edition

Here comes another tricky round of “Name That Weed!” Let us know how many of them you got right! We love hearing your feedback!

Biosafe Systems

Monarch butterflies, the EPA, and Dow

Help urge the EPA to DENY Dow’s application to use a toxic herbicide that would be fatal to monarch butterflies.

THANK YOU!!!

https://www.credomobilize.com/petitions/help-me-save-the-monarch-butterfly?sp_ref=50168534.4.8281.o.1.3&source=clickcopy_sp

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de Wonderen

Jan Sepp (1739-1811)

Monarch butterflies need milkweed. It is the only plant they can lay their eggs on and that the caterpillars can eat. 236 more words

Natural History

No One Immune

Matthäus Merian der Ältere  (1593 – 1650)

Our Bees, Ourselves
by Mark Winston, Op-ed contributor, The New York Times

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — AROUND the world, honeybee colonies are dying in huge numbers: About one-third of hives collapse each year, a pattern going back a decade. 619 more words

Environment

Name That Weed - First Edition

Today’s blog is the first edition of “Name That Weed”! In this blog we’ll give you hints for five different weeds and you have to figure which ones we’re talking about.

Biosafe

Soybean growers take second look at non-GMO varieties

“This season, 91 percent of the soybeans planted by Michigan growers were biotechnology derived varieties, genetically modified to resist broadcast herbicide applications.

Although a couple of different herbicide resistance systems are now available in soybeans, Roundup ReadyTM varieties were the first to be widely adopted and continue to dominate the marketplace. 50 more words

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