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FIFRA, ESA and Pesticide Consultation: Understanding and Addressing the Complexities For decades growers have been […]
Developing and Adopting Economically Effective Pesticide Mitigation Strategies: Critical to the Survival of Agriculture and […]
RNA Interference in Agriculture: Methods, Applications, and Governance DOI: https://doi.org/10.62300/IRNE9191 RNA interference (RNAi) is a […]
Improving the FIFRA/ESA Process by Addressing Key Obstacles and Incorporating Better Data and Tools The […]
A Legal Discussion of the FIFRA/ESA Consultation Process Over Time The second webinar in CAST’s […]
FIFRA and the Endangered Species Act: Finding a Balance between Agricultural Efficiency, Environmental Sustainability, and […]
Food traceability has been defined as “the ability to track and trace any food through […]
By looking through the lens of One Health, we identify key lessons learned in the […]
Life cycle assessment (LCA) considers a product’s life cycle & quantifies the relevant impacts caused by it. The agricultural & food communities need to familiarize themselves with LCA use & interpretation because of its use to examine & quantify the impacts of agricultural production & its growing influence on decision-making.
Innovation in agricultural production is necessary to aid in combatting the negative effects of climate change and new pest and disease pressures that result from trade between geographical regions.