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This Herbicide Could Be Slowly Killing Us AND Causing This Condition

Source: iHealthTube.com
May 4, 2016

There are many things that could be behind the continued rise of health conditions in this country. Here, Dr. Stephanie Seneff discusses one that she thinks is a main contributor. 36 more words

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Poppin' Up in Rows

All operations are in full swing here at Grant Ranch!  We started off slow this week, with some much needed rain (not so much needed snow).   395 more words

Calving

Lack of Milkweed Is Not Harming Monarch Butterfly Populations, New Research Suggests

People who attended the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America are likely to remember Dr. Anurag Agrawal, who talked about Dame Miriam Rothschild when he presented the… 457 more words

Entomology News

Herbicide Screening Trials for Ontario Grown Quinoa

Early season weed management is a limiting factor for quinoa production in Ontario. Currently there are no registered herbicides for use on the crop in Canada which is a concern for the commercial development of locally produced quinoa.     151 more words

Time of day affects herbicide effectiveness, study shows

In Southeast Farm Press

What if a cotton producer needed to spray early in the morning or late in the afternoon or at night? Does the time of day a herbicide is applied make a difference in how well it works? 366 more words

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Bristol Substitutes Vinegar for Cancer-Causing Roundup

In response to growing local concern about a World Health Organization (WHO) warning that glyphosate (aka Roundup) probably causes cancer, the city of Bristol has begun using strong… 198 more words

Attacks On The Working Class

When Pre-Emerge Plans Become Post-Emergent Concerns

Austin Benes – Marketing Manager

austin.benes@midwestfarmers.coop

While many farmers were able to take advantage of dry conditions in early April, they were also hampered by cool weather with some nights below freezing, and windy conditions. 400 more words