A member of the Senate Ag Committee is asking the Biden administration restore access to critical crop protection tools for producers.
Kansas Senator Roger Marshall tells Brownfield says recent policy changes regulating pesticides won’t improve the environment, while farmers are increasing sustainability efforts. “They’re growing more with less. They’re using precision agriculture to minimize the amount of fertilizer using, to minimize the amount of water they’re using and there are incredible things happening in agriculture.”
Marshall, along with Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS), Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Roger Wicker (R-M), recently sent a letter to the President highlighting several examples where new regulations would limit products like Roundup, Glyphosate, Enlist products and Dicamba.