GUELPH, ON – Leading edge research, led by Dr. Art Schaafsma, at the Ridgetown campus of the University of Guelph, has confirmed that seed treatment dust from planters is responsible for most seed treatment chemical escapes into the surrounding environment. “After three years of research studying multiple pathways and movement of dust from air/vacuum planters, […]

December 20, 2016 Guelph, ON – Several years ago, the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) in cooperation with the University of Guelph established the ‘Soil Health Graduate Scholarship’. Jordan Graham, who recently enrolled in the graduate program within the School of Environment Sciences is the 2016-17 recipient of this scholarship. Jordan’s research is […]

Guelph, ON – A recent study by the University of Guelph confirmed that the chemical Triclosan, one of the most commonly used antimicrobials in personal health care products, such as soaps, shampoos and other sanitation goods, does not pose a threat to the food chain or the environment. Triclosan is not water-soluble with 98% of the product removed […]

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