IARN — Many farm groups are disappointed by the Supreme Court’s Tuesday decision not to hear a case that could have far-reaching implications for producers’ use of the key herbicide glyphosate.
The Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the case “Monsanto vs. Hardeman” comes amid the war-driven threat of a global food crisis, sky-high food inflation, and persistent weather problems.
Alan Meadows is with the American Soybean Association. He says this is going to cause a labeling nightmare.
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