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“Two main Endangered Species Act mitigation strategies under consideration by EPA are methods to reduce spray drift and herbicide runoff through erosion, both of which directly involve farming methods of most U.S. farmers.”

— Bill Chism, Chairman, Weed Science Society of America

In May of 2024, the EPA is expected to announce its final herbicide strategy to comply with mandates of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and how it will enforce tighter regulations meant to reduce spray drift and herbicide runoff due to erosion.

In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, contributing editor Dan Crummett talks to Bill Chism, chair of the Weed Science Society of America, about how evolving EPA regulations to protect endangered species will affect your herbicide use in the coming months.

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