Produce growers, processors oppose new Dow corn

04/25/2012 11:42:00 AM
Andy Nelson

“As the dicamba-tolerant system moves closer to launch, Monsanto has been and will continue to work with academics and farmers toward the responsible introduction and use of the dicamba-tolerant soybean system,” she said, adding that the company’s new soybean system will include “choices in low-volatility formulations.”

Save Our Crops Coalition’s members include Jean Ann Sieler, an attorney representing growers involved in drift damage litigation in Michigan and Ohio; the director of agriculture at an Indiana-based tomato processor; and four produce growers in Indiana and Kentucky.

Save our Crops Coalition’s website, http://saveourcrops.org, lists partner groups including the Indiana Vegetable Growers Association, the Ohio Produce Growers and Marketing Association, the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association, the Illiana Watermelon Association and several produce processors.


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