‘Trying to get ahead of the train’

Agriculture keeps being hit by a lot of different trains – the controversy over neonicotinoid insecticides being one. The next train that growers need to be watching for – and Delta F.A.R.M. (Farmers advocating resource management) is preparing for are climate change and carbon. “Climate change and carbon are the next WOTUS, nutrient criteria, Gulf hypoxia,” says Delta F.A.R.M.’s Trey Cooke, a speaker at Thursday’s Ag Council of Arkansas spring board meeting in Pickens, Ark.

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