Tag: agriculture

“Long Overdue”: EPA Bans All Food Uses of Neurotoxic Pesticide Chlorpyrifos

By Jessica Corbett Public health experts and labor rights advocates celebrated Wednesday after the Biden administration announced that it “will stop the use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos on all food to better protect human health, particularly that of children and farmworkers,” following decades of demands…

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More Food Shortages? Phytophthora Fungus Infects Vegetable Gardens Across the Country

By Jayne Rising Shortages seem to be the theme of 2020 and 2021. Everything from meat to commodities and even semi-conductors made the list of possible or definite shortages. Now, the early onset of a fungus that attacks vegetables could leave us with no pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving and no Jack-o-Lantern’s…

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As EPA Forced to Finalize New Rules, Report Details Widespread Use of Neurotoxic Pesticide Across US

By Jessica Corbett Two decades after the Environmental Protection Agency ended household use of chlorpyrifos over concerns about its impact on the brains of children, the neurotoxic pesticide is still widely applied to crops across the United States, according to a report published Wednesday. The…

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“I haven’t seen anything like this”: U.S. Wheat Farmer Woes, Decimated Corn Crops, no Feed for Livestock — What Will We Eat?

By Cap Allon Wavy jet streams are throwing farmers something of a curve ball in 2021, as global temperatures continue to fall in line with the ever-intensifying Grand Solar Minimum (GSM)… Prepare. U.S. Wheat Farmer Woes Short stalks, thin rows and small bushels; Washington wheat…

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