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drift liability

Current Legal Rules Benefit Spray Applicators When It Comes to Pesticide Drift

Photo by Edwin Remsberg Homeowners, landowners, pesticide applicators, and farmers are concerned about pesticide drift. It may injure a homeowner’s garden or flowers or ruin a neighboring farmer’s crop. While no Maryland court has considered the issue of liability from pesticide drift, courts in...

Frequently Asked Questions: Organic Crops and GMO Pollen Cross-Contamination

Photo by John Severns, Source Wikicommons This post should not be construed as legal advice For the most part, crops are in the ground and growing now, but issues can exist when we have genetically modified organism (GMO) crops growing near organics. Let’s talk about GMO contamination of organic...
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