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EPA Approves Key Pesticide for Use on Cotton Plants After Extensive Testing

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Cotton growers can now plan to use the specialty pesticide Transform WG from Corteva Agriscience, with the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announcing that it has registered its active ingredient, sulfoxaflor, as allowed and safe. In cotton, sulfoxaflor is used to control the tarnished plant bug, also known as lygus, and aphids, that can cause…

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