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Almond Board of California Invests $4.8 Mln in ‘Next-Generation’ Farming Research

Almond Board of California Invests $4.8 Mln in ‘Next-Generation’ Farming Research

👤From a Press Release 🕔Dec 5, 2017

Almond Board of California (ABC) today announced an investment of $4.8 million in 64 independent, third-party research projects exploring next-generation farming practices. Additionally, ABC released the first annual Almond Sustainability Publication, entitled Growing Good, which highlights the California Almond community’s

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Bee Health: Protecting Pollinators from Pesticides – Everyone Plays a Part

Bee Health: Protecting Pollinators from Pesticides – Everyone Plays a Part

👤By Judy Biss, University of Florida Extension County Agent 🕔Aug 4, 2017

Overview On January 12, 2017, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its final “Policy to Mitigate the Acute Risk to Bees from Pesticide Products.”  This policy outlines EPA’s label statements designed to mitigate acute risks to bees from pesticides.  The

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Pesticides: Indiana Publications Helps Applicators Protect Pollinators

Pesticides: Indiana Publications Helps Applicators Protect Pollinators

👤By Darrin Pack, Purdue University 🕔Oct 12, 2016

A series of three new publications from Purdue Extension will offer homeowners, farmers and commercial applicators practical tips on protecting pollinators from insecticide exposure and other risks. Each publication in the Protecting Pollinators series is available as a free download

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Virginia Cotton: How Do Pollinator Protection Rules Affect Foliar Sprays?

Virginia Cotton: How Do Pollinator Protection Rules Affect Foliar Sprays?

👤By Ames Herbert, Virginia Cooperative Extension 🕔Jul 22, 2015

We have received several calls about the issues regarding the foliar application of insecticides to flowering cotton. Because of the oil and livestock feed uses of cotton, it is considered to be a food crop–so many of the insecticides used

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