Sometimes the word “pesticide” can be kind of scary and we don’t really know what that means for the crops grown right here in Nebraska.
The reality is that the amount of weed killer that a farmer would use in an acre (about the size of a football field) is about the size of a latte. That’s really “not a latte“! Find out what else North Dakota farmer and CommonGround volunteer Sarah Wilson, can surprise you with about pesticide use on the farm in the video below:
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