Richard Gupton, Senior Vice President of Public Policy at ARA, says there are ongoing unknowns across a spectrum of regulatory, policy, and legal fronts that are directly affecting ag retailers.
On Friday, judges in California with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a petition to halt all use of Engenia, FeXapan and XtendiMax dicamba herbicides.
In a recent Farm Journal Pulse, with 539 responses, 36% of farmers said they were done with dicamba applications for the season. With 64% of respondents saying they still have
“Petitioners’ motion to ‘Enforce this Court’s Vacatur and to Hold EPA in Contempt,’ is a thinly-veiled attempt to revive arguments the court already rejected or declined to reach. It should
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.
The EPA faces a deadline today when it comes to Dicamba. The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals wants to know by today why the agency is allowing continued over-the-top
Plaintiffs in the case that lead to the products’ vacatur say EPA is wrong and that the courts should grant an emergency motion to enforce the vacatur and hold EPA