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Specialty Crop Growers And Beekeepers Have Tool To Avoid Chemical Drift

 


The Nebraska Department of Agriculture and Nebraska Extension are encouraging produce vendors, nurseries, beekeepers, organic growers and other businesses that could be affected by chemical drift to avoid inadvertent drift by registering their specialty crops and beehives on-line with DriftWatch/Beecheck website.

The website is at https://fieldwatch.com/. FieldWatch Inc. is a non-profit company that operates the website, which include both the DriftWatch Specialty Crop Site and BeeCheck Apiary Registry.

FieldWatch’s mission is to develop and provide on-line mapping tools to enhance commu...



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