In its first bout with the Right to Farm Act, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard arguments May 5 over the use of biosolids as a normal farming practice.

Parties in Gilbert v. Synagro Central argued over whether juries or courts should determine if spreading biosolids—fertilizer made from processed sewage sludge—constitutes a “normal agricultural operation” under the Right to Farm Act.

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