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Apr 30, 2012

State convenes panel to seek pesticide alternatives for strawberries

With one fumigant on the way out and a potential replacement pulled from the market, the state's...

Apr 30, 2012

To Kick Climate Change, Replace Corn With Pastured Beef

Corn is by far the biggest US crop, and a network of corporations has sprouted up that profits...

Apr 30, 2012

Groups Oppose 2,4-D-Tolerant Corn

Opponents of Dow AgroSciences LLC's application to move a 2,4-D-tolerant corn to market are...

Apr 9, 2012

Field to families: Tehama County neighbors worry about chemical drift

Pesticide drift from a commercial strawberry field in the Bend area has a group of residents...

Apr 5, 2012

Fumigant maker pulled disputed product facing court defeat

When Arysta LifeScience abruptly pulled methyl iodide off the market this week, it cited the “...

Apr 5, 2012

Latest buzz on bee decline: Maybe it's pesticides

A common class of pesticide is causing problems for honeybees and bumblebees, important species...

Apr 5, 2012

Studies Show Why Insecticides Are Bad News For Bees

The search for the killer of America's bees is a little bit like an Agatha Christie novel....

Apr 3, 2012

Common pesticide makes honeybees get lost and reduces bumblebee hive weight, new studies say

A common class of pesticide is causing problems for honeybees and bumblebees, important species...

Mar 29, 2012

Controversial Pesticide Linked to Bee Collapse

A controversial type of pesticide linked to declining global bee populations appears to scramble...

Mar 26, 2012

Manufacturer Pulls Controversial Pesticide

The makers of methyl iodide, a controversial chemical that state pesticide regulators approved...

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