"Stressed" college students trying to combat climate change are pushing their schools to ban pesticides, especially herbicides. These youngsters spend their free time on campus pulling weeds instead of...well, all the stuff they should be doing to enjoy college. Little do they know, their pursuit of ending pesticide use will actually do more harm than good to our environment.This article has all the science, snark, and flavor that makes me a happy reader. ... See MoreSee Less
Suffering from "climate anxiety," some of America's entitled college students are working to get low-risk pesticides banned from their campuses, in a bid to slow global warming. They all need therapy ...
Managing weeds isn’t just about making our fields look pretty! Weeds are detrimental because they compete with our crops for limited resources. If farmers didn’t manage weed presence, the weeds would eventually get so big that they choke out the planted crops. That means our efforts, inputs, and natural resources are wasted. ... See MoreSee Less
The controversy surrounding activists suing the EPA for not conducting biological evaluations under the Endangered Species Act is a bit difficult to understand. (Heck, that sentence was a bit difficult to understand.) So in my latest AGDAILY column, I've tried to distill the information and present it in a more palatable form. ... See MoreSee Less