THE U.S. Department of Agriculture expressed disappointment with what it called an incomplete analysis by the Environmental Protection Agency on neonicotinoid seed treatments for soybeans and the burden it has created for growers.
The lack of communication and coordination was a key focus of a May 13 House Agriculture Committee hearing at which Robert Johansson, USDA acting chief economist, and Jim Jones, EPA assistant administrator in the Office o
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