Herbicide, GMOs Debated

Weed Specialist Touts Glyphosate

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Posted: March 20, 2013

Andrew Showalter, a local farmer since 1997, talks about abstaining from planting any genetically modified crops in one of his fields on Tuesday in Mount Crawford. He plants corn, barley, alfalfa and rye across 275 acres and has always been organic. (Photo by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Showalter points out two organic cover crops, barley and vetch. He can provide feed to dairy farmers who raise organic cattle.
DAYTON — While a small number of Valley farmers are staying away from genetically modified grain and grass seed, one weed science specialist came through Rockingham County on Tuesday to tout a...

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