Ryan Kurtz, director of agricultural research, Cotton Incorporated, says the highly successful Boll Weevil Eradication Program, genetic engineering, innovations in tillage, and changes in farm size and efficiency combined to reduce cotton’s impact on the environment over the past 35 years.
The incoming Trump Administration is expected to break the mold in many ways, but in one respect it is likely to follow recent precedent fairly closely, author Jonathan G. Cedarbaum of WilmerHale writes: President Trump is likely to act quickly to suspend and undo regulatory initiatives undertaken by the Obama[…]Read More »
It’s still too early tell exactly how dicamba injury-related issues on U.S. cropland will compare to last year, but as of late July, a major improvement is not in the cards. It’s disappointing, given the unprecedented training that went on in the off-season. Read moreRead More »