Today’s quick hits, September 21, 2023

Glyphosate nears EU renewal: The European Commission proposed renewing EU approval of glyphosate, the most widely used weedkiller in the world, for 10 years, with some new restrictions on its application. (Euractiv)

Could zero mean more?: Farmers should consider the long-term effects of reduced fertilizer applications, say a pair of researchers, after a seed company study found that corn and soybean yields rebounded on land that was not fertilized. (Ag Data News)

Senate ‘mini-bus’ funding in limbo: Senators refused to end debate on a package of three appropriations bills that include money for the USDA and FDA, putting the legislation in jeopardy and leaving Majority Leader Chuck Schumer with few options. (The Hill)

Aid for organic milk: Organic dairy farmers will receive an additional $5 million in a second round of payments on top of the $15 million already disbursed to offset volatile milk prices, inadequate feed supplies, and high transportation costs. (USDA)

Regenerative ag, the movie: The documentary film Common Ground, which is expected to see increased distribution in October, follows a campaign to persuade U.S. farmers to adopt regenerative agriculture practices on 100 million acres of cropland. (DTN/Progressive Farmer)