Indiana has decided to drop all state-led dicamba training, Illinois may have to certify thousands of applicators, and Arkansas is considering in-season dicamba use in 2019.
On October 31, EPA extended the registration for over-the-top use of dicamba through 2020. In this podcast, Dr. Larry Steckel discusses changes to the new federal label.
I feel obligated to write something about EPA’s dicamba announcement, but will confess at this time I still have several questions that I’m seeking answers for. But here are my initial thoughts […]
E15’s move to year-round availability starting next year likely will face two potential barriers: the EPA’s legal authority to make the move and a tight timeline set out by the […]
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler, and Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Thursday (October 18) signed a joint agency agreement aimed at […]
Agriculture interests waiting to hear what’s next from EPA on the regulatory front — including a possible rule to allow year-round E15 — need wait no longer. On Wednesday, the […]
The future of the 2015 waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule may be decided in a district court in Georgia, as the American Farm Bureau Federation and supporters […]
On Tuesday, Bloomberg writers Jennifer A. Dlouhy and Mario Parker reported that, “President Donald Trump is moving to clamp down on a scandal-plagued $2.25 billion market in biofuel compliance credits, embracing reforms that could block […]
Leading into President Donald Trump’s trip to Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Tuesday, a senior White House official said Tuesday that the president has directed the Environmental Protection Agency to create […]
EPA has updated the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program website to increase transparency surrounding the program. The updated website includes new data and information for both stakeholders and the public. […]