Today’s Quick Hits, May 27, 2022

Lake Erie more toxic?: U.S. and Canadian plans to reduce phosphorus loads in Lake Erie to diminish harmful algal blooms may backfire, warn scientists. (Science)

Groups seek tariff relief: The Biden administration can ease inflation in the agriculture and food sector by suspending, reducing, or eliminating retaliatory tariffs on imported products, said 41 farm, food, and shipping groups in a letter to U.S. trade representative Katherine Tai. (Farmers for Free Trade)

Farm bill hearing in Arkansas: The Senate Agriculture Committee will hold its second hearing on the 2023 farm bill on June 17 in Jonesboro, Arkansas, with witnesses representing Southern agriculture. (Senate Agriculture)

CNH strike talks stall: Unionized workers at Case New Holland Industrial rejected the company’s latest contract offer as their strike entered its fourth week. (Burlington Hawk Eye)