EPA analyzing impacts of PFAS chemicals
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is working to better understand the impact of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known as PFAS chemicals, on both plants and animals, Rod Snyder, senior adviser for agriculture at EPA, said last month at an Ag Outlook Forum hosted by the Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City and Agri-Pulse.
Snyder also highlighted details of the EPA’s new draft herbicide strategy, which attempts to address a...
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