On Monday, a U.S. District Court Judge handed down a decision preventing the State of California from requiring Prop 65 "known to cause cancer" labels on glyphosate products.
If this precedent is allowed to stand and become a common procedure, courts rather than EPA will take over the role of regulating pesticide registrations.
"ARA will continue to defend glyphosate in order to ensure the product's availability in the future. We have long supported decisions based on sound science, and that has been the case with glyphosate," Daren Coppock.
OSHA issued a memorandum detailing expanded temporary enforcement guidance on respiratory protection fit-testing for N95 masks in all industries during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Continuous flows of seed, fertilizers, crop protection and custom application are most important in the spring.," said ARA's Daren Coppock.
As we head into spring planting season with so much going on in the world and local communities, here’s a handy checklist of items to discuss and plan with your retailer.
The Surface Transportation Board issued a final rule that clarifies regulations by confirming the agency's regulatory jurisdiction over demurrage and accessorial charges imposed by railroads against ag shippers.
Learn more about his background and what EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler said about his nomination.
In a letter addressed to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler, five members of Congress expressed concerns about EPA's proposed draft guidance on plant biostimulants