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USAID-funded Market Report Outlines Challenges, Opportunities for MSMEs

first_imgThe United States Agency for International Development funded program Sustainable Marketplace Initiative Liberia (SMI-L) last Friday, February 12 presented its 2015 Market Overview Report in Monrovia.The report which was launched under theme, “Liberian Businesses: the Engines of Economic Growth and Recovery”, was attended by representatives from various government institutions, business and international partners.According to a statement signed by its Communications and Reporting Specialist, Shaina Bauman of Building Markets, the report provides a snapshot of the Liberian economy in 2015, using data collected throughout the year from over 2,000 businesses. The statement further said findings demonstrate the resilience and versatility of MSMEs in post-EVD Liberia. However, MSMEs continue to face the same constraints as before the EVD outbreak: limited access to finance, insufficient capacity, poor infrastructure and low business skills. The USAID-SMI-L statement added that Micro Small Medium Sized Enterprises (MSME) have been bolstered in the past, but in post-EVD Liberia, they are increasingly recognized by the government, development partners and the private sector as the engines of inclusive, sustainable recovery and growth. Understanding the dynamics and trends of MSMEs in 2015 will ensure that policies and programs in 2016 effectively and holistically target Liberian businesses to drive recovery and development.SMI-L produced this report as part of its market research component, which aims to fill information gaps around the Liberian economy, increase buyers’ understanding of the local market and promote the importance of supporting local enterprises.The USAID SMI-L implemented by Building Markets, creates jobs and sustains peace by working across sectors with both large and small companies to support local businesses, build and strengthen local supply chains, and ensure monies spent in Liberia stay in Liberia.In addition to connecting buyers with local businesses, the program maintains an online supplier directory (liberia.buildingmarkets.org) containing profiles of over 3,800 local companies (in twelve counties) and provides training for business owners in bidding procedures, contracting requirements and international standards.Since the program’s inception in March 2012, USAID SMI-L has supported more than 170 local businesses in winning contracts worth over $66 million and enabled businesses to create 2,726 full-time jobs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Arsenal and Newcastle go head-to-head for £15m-rated ex-Chelsea winger

first_img Gokhan Tore Arsenal and Newcastle are both chasing ex-Chelsea winger Gokhan Tore, according to reports in Turkey.The 23-year-old, a former Manchester City target, is being eyed by a number of elite European clubs and Besiktas are bracing themselves for January interest.And now it has been claimed that both Arsenal and Newcastle have been keeping close tabs on his progress this season and the duo are in the running to bring him back to England.Tore knows all about England having played for Chelsea’s youth team between 2009 and 2011. However, having failed to make a first-team debut at Stamford Bridge, he left for Hamburg in 2011.His reputation has risen rapidly ever since and now the race is on to sign him following an impressive start to the new season.Besiktas currently value him at £15m but, according to Turkish news outlet Bugun, the club are desperate to keep hold of him until the summer, when they will listen to offers. 1last_img read more

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IAIN MILLER’S GREAT DONEGAL OUTDOORS: THE STURRALL HEADLAND

first_imgBY IAIN MILLER: In this first article on the Donegal great outdoors, hidden gem series I have chosen a little known but truly outrageous sea cliff feature in a lonely and seldom visited stretch of the Co. Donegal coastline to look at.The view from the summit of the Sturrall Headland The Sturrall Headland is one of the most outstanding sea cliff features in Ireland it is a true monster of a headland sitting isolated and far removed from the real world. The Sturrall lives on the lonely stretch of coastline between Glencolmcille Village to the South and the Port road end to the North. The headland is actually a 200 meter high sea ridge which juts out into the Atlantic for nearly a kilometre from mainland Donegal. The ridge can be easily viewed from mainland Donegal by following the sli Cholmcille marked path starting from An Chloghan in Glencolmcille or from the Port Road end to the north.Looking back at Donegal from Sturrall summit 
A visit to this stretch of coast line provides the walker with an unlimited vista of 1000 foot sea cliffs dramatically falling into the open ocean below. The views along this seaboard, stretch from Malinbeg to the south to Tormore Island to the north. Scattered along this coast you will discover a large collection of worldclass sea stacks each facing the might of the open untamed Atlantic ocean below. Along the cliff tops and on the ledges below live a huge and secretive aviation society of ground nesting Razorbills, Guillemots, Skuas and Fulmars. The Fulmar being a highly territorial sea bird who spits semi-digested fish oil at anyone getting too close to its nest. If walking this coast a visit to the Glencolmcille Folk Village at the start of the walk is an excellent opportunity to visit the history and unique culture found in this area.View of the Sturrall from North (climbers circled)View of Sturrall Headland from the SouthFor visiting rock climbers the Sturrall provides the longest recorded rock climb in Ireland. The first recorded rock climb to the summit of the Sturrall was by WP (Walter Parry) Haskett Smith in about 1890. His route ascended the skyline ridge from the landward side and provides a very exposed 350 meter mountain ridge scramble to this excellent summit. This route to the summit can be easily seen from anywhere on the cliff tops along this coastline. In 2012 two visiting American climbers and I gained the seaward tip of the ridge and climbed the knife edge ridge from sea to summit. The Sturrall Headland is the longest rock climb in Ireland with 700 meters of airy ridge climbing in a very remote, committing and scary location.Ireland’s longest rock climb The summit of the Sturrall Headland is an extremely inaccessible and foreboding place to visit with steep 200 meter drops either side of you into the ocean below. 
 The ridge is climbed in two very distinct parts. The first being from sea level to the summit which follows a knife edge ridge. The second half is an airy scramble along the ridge towards land, from the summit follow the ridge past several towers and maximum exposure for approximately 350m of outstanding alpine ridge climbing back to land. (Hasket Smith 1890)An Port from SturrallTop of SturrallReference Links:http://www.uniqueascent.ie/sp/directory/details/sturrall-headlandhttp://www.glenfolkvillage.com/http://iain-miller.blogspot.com/2012/03/longest-rock-climb-in-ireland.html Pictures, words and video copyright Iain Miller 2014IAIN MILLER’S GREAT DONEGAL OUTDOORS: THE STURRALL HEADLAND was last modified: October 24th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalIain MillerOutdoorsThe Sturrall Headlast_img read more

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GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS CLUB NOTES

first_imgFour Masters G.A.A. ClubThe €50 winners in the Annual Lotto for Week 48 were Gerry Caldwell, Main Street and Sean Gillespie, Brookfield. The numbers drawn were 1, 14, 19 & 24 with the jackpot now standing at €2,200.The final draw of the 2011/2012 Annual Lotto takes place on Monday June 25th so members are reminded to have their subscription paid in full before then in order to be included in the draw for 10 prizes to the value of €3,000 on the night. The Nursery FUN Programme for 5/6 year old boys and girls born in 2006 and 2007 continues this Saturday morning at 11.00 am at Tir Conaill Park.The Under 14 camogie team played against Carndonagh on Friday last in Tir Conaill Park in the first round of their defence of the league title. They displayed tremendous teamwork and determination throughout the game. Thanks to all to turned out to support the girls and a special thanks to HomeInstead who sponsored the new jerseys which the team wore on Friday evening for the first time. The Under 10’s footballers took part in the Michael Shannon Memorial Tournament in Ballyshannon Saturday last June 9th with Team 1 beating Erne Gaels (Beleek), Melvin Gaels (Kinlough), Bundoran and Aodh Ruadh qualifying them for the final for the first time in twelve years. Unfortunately we got beat by Aodh Ruadh but there was some great football played by all involved with fantastic individual skills on display, so hard luck to our brave nine lads on the day. Team 2 also made it to the B Final meeting Melvin Gaels and they unfortunately lost out as well. Again this was a very good performance by all the players involved. This was a great achievement for the club to reach both finals of this tournament. Congratulations to all, hard luck and well done.  The Under 10’s have also taken part in two blitzes this season, starting in Dunkineely May 19th and at home in Tir Conaill Park Saturday June 2nd. Our first home blitz saw us winning best club award as both teams beat Bundoran and Naomh Ultan and the cup being presented to Aaron Culloo and Conor Mc Allister both captains on the day of Team 1 and Team 2. Very well done to all the Under 10’s. Many thanks on the day to parents that made sandwiches or helped out in any way and family that supported and cheered on the boys. Coaching continues on Tuesday evenings 6.30 – 7.30 pm. The Under 8’s took part in another very successful blitz on Saturday last June 9th in Tir Conaill Park. Four Masters plus St. Nauls and Naomh Ultan competed very well with the 50 kids togged out getting plenty of football and enjoyment out of the 7/8-a-side games. The next monthly meeting of Bord na nOg has been rescheduled to Wednesday June 20th at 8.30 pm in the Abbey Hotel. GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS CLUB NOTES was last modified: June 12th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Four Masters club noteslast_img read more

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DONEGAL DRIVERS ‘MOST HELPFUL’ IN THE COUNTRY, SAYS SURVEY

first_imgDRIVERS FROM DONEGAL are most likely to pull in and help a stranded motorist, new research said tody.Drivers from Kildare and Meath are least likely to stop and help however.The new survey by AA Ireland found that 61 per cent of drivers in Donegal said they would intervene if they saw someone who needed assistance compared to 40 per cent in Kildare and 43.2 per cent in Meath. The survey asked 12,300 drivers whether they’d stop to help someone who visibly needed help or simply keep driving.Drivers were asked what they would do in the situation, rather than whether they have ever actually stopped to help in the past.There was a clear gender divide in whether people would stop to help. 55 per cent of men said they would stop and help a female motorist while just 4 per cent of women said they would do the same for a lone male driver.Some male respondents to the poll said that they wouldn’t be comfortable helping a lone female without someone else present for that they could be perceived as a threat. Just under 60 per cent of respondents said they would stop to help a stranded driver who had young children in their car. The figure was higher for men than for women with 67 per cent of male drivers saying the would stop.Sixty per cent of drivers say they would stop to help an elderly motorist whose vehicle had broken down, rising to 71 per cent among the poll’s male participants.The poll also identified an element of camaraderie among motorcyclists, with respondents stating they would always stop to assist a fellow biker.12,300 drivers were polled by AA Rescue for the survey. DONEGAL DRIVERS ‘MOST HELPFUL’ IN THE COUNTRY, SAYS SURVEY was last modified: January 22nd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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RARE SIGHTINGS OF PINE MARTENS MADE IN DONEGAL

first_imgThere have been rare sightings of pine martens in Co Donegal.A pine martenAccording to the Gweebarra Conservation Group, there have been sightings of the elusive creatures in both Derryloughan in Glenties and Cloghercor in recent weeks.The sightings have taken place at dusk. The animals are also known as Cat Crainn (tree cats) and are usually found in their stronghold of The Burren in Co Clare.It is understood the pine marten’s waste laden with rowan berries also provided a key clue that the creatures are about.The Gweebarra Conservation Group have asked who may have spotted the shy creatures to get in touch.  RARE SIGHTINGS OF PINE MARTENS MADE IN DONEGAL was last modified: August 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGweebarra Conservation Grouppine martenslast_img read more

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€35,700 GRANT TO CLEAN UP DONEGAL

first_imgA grant of €35,700 has been allocated to clean up Donegal as part of a €1.09 million funding allocation via two environmental grant schemes.Dinny McGinley TDDeputy Dinny McGinley has welcomed the grants.“A total of €35,700 has been allocated to Donegal County Council to clean up Donegal and make it a better place to live. “€20,000 is being allocated to Donegal County Council under the 2015 Anti-Litter & Anti-Graffiti Awareness Grant Scheme which allows them to support public education and awareness initiatives in relation to both litter and graffiti. There is a particular focus on voluntary initiatives involving schools, young people and community groups.“It is crucial that we support the many committed voluntary groups that do such great work in keeping our towns, villages and countryside clean. Graffiti and litter are the scourge of our society. We all should have the right to live in a clean well maintained environment and furthermore, it is crucial to ensure that the whole country is looking its best during peak tourist season.“We want to live up to the image of Ireland as a green and beautiful place. Fulfilling the expectations of visitors in this regard will hugely increase the chances of them making return visits or recommending Ireland as a destination to others.”A further €15,700 his being allocated to Donegal County Council under the Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund. This fund supports small scale non-profit local environmental initiatives by communities, individuals and not-for-profit groups.As part of the arrangement for this fund, Donegal County Council will provide matching funding for the projects that, in previous years, have included community gardens, allotments and compost schemes, rainwater harvesting schemes, educational initiatives and environmental exhibitions.“Any groups seeking funding under the Local Agenda 21 Environmental Partnership Fund should send an application form to Donegal County Council by 5pm on Friday 28th August 2015. Application forms, local authority contacts, and further information on the LA21 Environmental Partnership Fund can be obtained from the Department’s website: http://www.environ.ie/en/Environment/LocalAgenda21/, and will also be available from the Council itself.”€35,700 GRANT TO CLEAN UP DONEGAL was last modified: August 6th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Massive whale washes ashore on Donegal beach

first_imgQuestions are being raised over a huge beached whale on Arranmore Island which is said to be causing quite a stink.The 20ft deceased creature is believed to have washed up on Friday last and currently lies across rocks at Beal a’Chraois on the eastern side of the island.Image via Arranmore Blue FerryArranmore RNLI crew members were alerted to the whale when a local resident noticed seabirds flocking around something white in the water. The crew were called to action during a presentation in the Waterfront Hotel Dungloe. They were being honoured with a €25,000 cheque – the proceeds of a fundraising ball – when they had to leave the celebrations early to identify the issue.Image via Arranmore Blue FerryNora Flanagan of the Arranmore Lifeboat told Donegal Daily the whale is now decaying in a small cove and creating a strong smell.“We are not quite sure what the plan is with the whale yet. If there is a high tide in the right direction it may take it away. If not, arrangements will have to be made with the council to lift it,” Ms Flanagan said.Gareth Doherty of the Donegal Irish Whale and Dolphin Group said it is likely to be a fin whale which has been dead for some time. “These whales should be a slate grey colour. The yellowing shows it has to be dead for at least two weeks,” Gareth told Donegal Daily.Fin whales are the second largest living mammals on earth, which can grow up to 70ft in length.Image by Arranmore Blue FerryGareth said: “The animal is in good condition apart from the colouration. It obviously died at sea.“Without a DNA test it would be hard to identify the species. My best guess is it’s a fin whale, but they are not usually seen in Donegal. Fin whales are mostly seen off Cork, Waterford and Kerry. “In my memory, Donegal hasn’t had a fin whale stranding in a long time.” Fin whales usually gather at the Continental Shelf far out in the Atlantic, he said, and this would explain the many weeks it took to wash ashore. Gareth warned that people should not approach or touch the whale, as some are highly contaminated.Image by Arranmore Blue Ferry“It could have died of natural causes, been hit by a boat, caught in a net or died of poisoning of some sort. There is no suitable veterinary analysis in Ireland yet for whales, which is something the IWDG is trying to get implemented.”As for the outcome of the body, Gareth said there are a few possibilities: “It’s either going to lie and rot or get towed out and sunk. If the body is sent to the seabed other creatures can feed off it. For example, a 70ft long whale is 70 tonnes in weight, which is basically 70 tonnes of meat. The biodiversity then feeds off that,” Gareth said.This will be an interesting find for the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group to study, as they monitor animals alive, dead and those swimming around the coast for a better understanding of the creatures around the island.Massive whale washes ashore on Donegal beach was last modified: November 7th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:arranmoreArranmore RNLIbeachedwhalelast_img read more

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Ohio Crop Progress – July 30th, 2018

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Hot and dry weather continued last week. Rain continued to be spotty providing little relief to crops, according to Cheryl Turner, State Statistician,USDA, NASS, Ohio Field Office. There were 5.7 days suitable for fieldwork in Ohio during the week ending July 29. Crops continued to look good but will need some water soon. Corn and soybean condition was mostly good to excellent but showed some signs of stress. Hay making continued to progress well in dry weather. Winter wheat harvest and other hay first cut ting was complete. Manure hauling, spraying of fungicides and herbicides, and weed control activities kept farmers busy last week.Click here for the complete reportlast_img read more

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Soybean Seed Leftovers

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Emily UnglesbeeDTN Staff ReporterROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) — As bad weather continues to delay soybean planting in some parts of the country, some growers could be left with unused bags or bins of treated soybean seed — and few good options for dealing with them.“Growers need to know that if they order treated soybean seeds, those seeds are theirs,” explained Kris Ehler, a sales agronomist with Ehler Bros., a family seed and crop consulting company in Illinois. “Even if they don’t put them in the ground, they still own them.”While most seed companies will readily reclaim unused treated corn seed, they are less likely to allow growers to return treated beans. “Corn can last two to three years in storage and still maintain its germination rate,” Ehler explained. But, thanks to their oil content, soybeans are less stable in storage.“Soybeans will degrade much more rapidly, and it’s hard to store them for even just a year and have confidence that you will get good germination,” Ehler said. In fact, an Iowa State study found that soybean seed germination rates dropped below 20% after 16 months in a warehouse with no climate control.Because treated soybean seeds generally contain some combination of pesticides, usually a fungicide and insecticide, growers cannot send them into the commodity stream for food, feed, oil processing or export. Nor can they discard them casually; they have to follow federal and state regulations on the disposal of treated seed.Growers should still check first with their seed dealer to see if their treated beans can be returned. If not, it’s time to evaluate their other options, which boil down to storing, burying, planting or destroying the treated soybeans. Each comes with a host of challenges and considerations.STORING TREATED SOYBEANSWhen attempting to store treated soybeans, cool and dry conditions are best — and if both are not possible, dryness is the most important factor, said Susan Goggi, a seed scientist with Iowa State University.Back in 2013, Goggi conducted a study to evaluate how well treated and untreated soybeans handled storage. She collected samples of commercially available soybean varieties with a range of maturity groups and protein and oil content. She treated the seed with insecticide or a mixture of insecticide and fungicide and left some untreated.The good news was that treated soybeans handled storage better over the course of 20 months than the untreated soybeans, Goggi recalled. The bad news is that both treated and untreated beans required near-ideal storage conditions — a controlled climate of 50 degrees Fahrenheit and 50% relative humidity — and high starting quality of the beans to maintain their viability.Under those conditions, treated soybeans’ germination rates only dropped from their starting range of 95% to 98% to just 92% after 20 months. In a warm, but dry storage unit — 77 degrees and 30% relative humidity — germination rates of treated seed dropped to 89%. But when the soybean seed was kept in a warehouse with no climate control, germination rates dropped to 80% in 12 months and fell quickly below 20% by 16 months.Keep in mind that growers storing seed in 2019 would likely see much lower germination rates than this study produced, due to the lower starting quality of the soybean seed out there, cautioned Ohio State University Extension plant pathologist Anne Dorrance.“The issue is that a lot of soybean seed from 2018 was really poor quality,” she said. “We had reports from all my counterparts across the Midwest seeing high levels of Phomopsis and Diaporthe infections in soybean seed.” Seed with 80% to 85% germination rates was not uncommon this spring. See the DTN story here: https://www.dtnpf.com/….Nonetheless, if you have a significant amount of unused treated soybean seed, you could possibly recapture some of its value by storing it for the spring of 2020, rather than take a complete loss on it, Ehler said.“You would need to find the most consistent environment you can, such as an insulated or air-conditioned shed,” he advised. “In February, pull samples, get a germination test and find out what you’ve got.” Even germination rates as low as 75% could be blended with higher-quality soybean seed of the same maturity group next year, he noted. At germination rates below 50%, the seed is probably no longer worth your time and resources to plant, Goggi said.You could also do the math and see if it is worth renting some space in a storage facility with controlled temperature and humidity, Goggi and Ehler added. “You’ll have to calculate — if my germination drops to this level, I will have to bump my seeding rate to this level, and will cost me that much money versus what it costs for this controlled environment,” Ehler explained.If your treated seed is stored in bins, Goggi recommends sampling from the middle of the bin, not the top. “Skim the top part of the seed off and take a sample from deeper in the bin — where there is going to be less fluctuation in temperature and relative humidity — and use that to determine germination,” she said. Using the same logic, sample germination rates from both outside bags and inner bags when evaluating the viability of seed stored in a large pile of paper bags, she added.PLANT, BURY OR BURNWhen storage isn’t an option, what’s left? First, check the label of your treated seed. Seed treatment active ingredients may come with a host of specific restrictions on disposal. Your state pesticide regulators might have their own rules, too. You can find their contacts here: https://aapco.org/…. Then consider the following:— Plant it: Small quantities of leftover treated seed can be planted, at proper seeding depths, into “fallow or other non-cropped areas of the farm,” according to the Pesticide Environmental Stewardship (PES), an industry- and university-led group that gives guidance on legal and safe pesticide management. Increasing soybean seeding rates to accommodate for late planting and lower germination rates could also help use up excess soybean seed, Ehler noted.— Make it a cover crop: In 2013, USDA’s Risk Management Agency agreed to allow farmers with prevented soybean planting claims to use their bags and bins of leftover soybean seed as a cover crop — and the agency could do something similar this year. But, in the meantime, consult your crop insurance agent before you make any attempt to plant leftover soybeans as a cover, Dorrance urged.— Bury it: Seed burial is an option, but only if it is allowed by the label, and growers avoid burying it near water sources.— Outsource it: Some state municipal landfills can dispose of treated seed as hazardous waste. Other facilities can incinerate them, such as waste management facilities, power plants, cement kilns, ethanol plants and even some elevators. See more details on each state’s hazardous waste programs here: https://www.epa.gov/….What NOT to do: Trying to broadcast or spread the seed at a high seeding rate and then incorporate it is risky and could leave seed exposed or violate the label of certain seed treatment active ingredients, the PES warned. Composting pesticide-treated seed or burning it in a home or shop stove is also illegal and unsafe, the group added.For more guidance on how to handle unused treated soybean seed, see:— The Pesticide Stewardship Alliance’s guide here: https://pesticidestewardship.org/…— This guide from the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA): https://seed-treatment-guide.com/…— This fact sheet from the University of Minnesota: https://drive.google.com/…Emily Unglesbee can be reached at Emily.unglesbee@dtn.comFollow her on Twitter @Emily_Unglesbee(PS/AG)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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