Damian Mason releases Podcast – ADJUVANTS & AGROTECHNOLOGY, with CPDA

THE BUSINESS OF AGRICULTURE, a Podcast hosted by Damian Mason A podcast episode was just released that specifically features Adjuvants & Agrotechnology and includes CPDA’s Joe Gednalske as the Podcaster’s guest.  Damian Mason, Agriculturist, and a leading voice on topics of Business and Agriculture hosts a very interesting and entertaining Podcast titled “The Business of Agriculture”. The Podcast episode is available at Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, and other major podcast platforms.  Additionally, Damian Mason’s Podcasts and many other videos


APRIL 15, 2021, 1PM – 2PM Central Time Register for CPDA’s upcoming webinar with featured Guest Speaker: Janet Carter, Sr. Health Scientist, Directorate of Standards and Guidance, U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA.  CPDA welcomes featured guest speaker Janet Carter, Sr. Health Scientist, U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA as she provides information and answers questions regarding the proposed rule to update the agency’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS 2012).  OSHA is proposing to modify

Where Did the Acres Go? A State-by-State Breakdown of USDA’s Prospective Planting Results

Where Did the Acres Go? A State-by-State Breakdown of USDA’s Prospective Planting Results Article from Farm Journal By Tyne Morgan March 31, 2021 USDA’s Prospective Plantings report released Wednesday, March 31 shows farmers intend to plant more acres overall in 2021. However, the survey results for corn and soybean acreage came in lower than what the trade expected. Highlights of the first USDA farmer-based acreage survey of 2021 include: see more

Upcoming CPDA Webinar “The Critical Importance of Recent ASTM Activities”

CPDA WEBINAR – MARCH 10TH, 2021    1PM – 2PM Central Time The Critical Importance of Recent ASTM Activities and How Changes May Impact Adjuvants! Featured Presenter:  R. Scott Tann, Business Manager North America, Agriculture Division, Lamberti This webinar provides important information regarding the recent ASTM activities relating to Adjuvants.   ASTM Standard Definitions (ASTM E-609 and ASTM E-1519) related to Pesticides and Tank Mix Adjuvants, have been instrumental in

CPDA 2021 Adjuvants & Inerts Conference – SAVE THE DATE!

CPDA is pleased to announce it will be holding its 2021 Adjuvant and Inerts Conference, May 10th – 12th, 2021 in Charleston, SC.  Save the Date…more information to come soon! REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN – CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE HOME PAGE This year’s conference will be held in the historic district of Charleston, SC at The Mills House Grand Wyndham Hotel.  The conference will begin with an Opening Reception the evening of Monday, May 10th, with a a speakers

Announcement of CPDA’s new Logo & Brand Identity

We are proud to announce the launch of the new logo as part of the ongoing evolution of CPDA.                         CPDA has gone through significant changes in the last year as our association has grown and evolved with a focus on advocacy and transparency.  The delivery of prompt communication of current issues is important to both existing and potential members. The utilization of recent webinars to provide education regarding the importance of quality adjuvants and their proper usage has been met


REGISTRATION ANNOUNCEMENT CPDA Webinar “INTRODUCTION OF THE CPDA APPLICATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM” Tuesday, February 2nd 11:00am – 12:00pm Central Time Join CPDA and featured guests for the webinar presentation “Introduction of the CPDA Application Enhancement Program”.  The Application Enhancement Program objective is to assist growers and applicators to the right size spray droplets for herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides to minimize off target movement and maximize control. The program includes matching the Crop Protection Products to the optimum spray tip and drift reduction adjuvant. At the end

CPDA and a Coalition of Applicator and Grower Groups Submit Joint Comments to EPA on Paraquat Proposed Interim Decision

CPDA and a coalition of applicator and grower groups have submitted joint comments to EPA on the Agency’s proposed interim decision (PID) on paraquat, a herbicide used to control invasive weeds and plants on more than 100 crops including cotton, corn, and soybeans, and for which there are presently no direct product alternatives. In addition to CPDA, the other signatories include Association of Washington Aerial Applicators, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Cotton Council, National Sunflower Association, Washington Friends of

CPDA, CLA, and Rise Submit Joint Comments on EPA’s Draft Isothiazolinone Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments

On December 8, 2020, an allied industry coalition comprised of CPDA, CLA, and RISE submitted comments to EPA in response to the Agency’s Draft Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments for Several Pesticides for Several Isothiazolinones. The draft risk assessment was posted by EPA for public comment on May 14, 2020 as part of the registration review process under FIFRA. CPDA would like to thank Dr. Kevin Crosby (Adjuvants Unlimited, LLC) and Jennifer Bear (Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC) who worked as a

EPA Public Comment Period on Updated Draft Guidance on Plant Regulator Product Claims Closes on December 30, 2020

The public comment period for EPA’s updated “Draft Guidance for Plant Regulator Products and Claims, Including Plant Biostimulants,” closes on December 30, 2020. The updated guidance was announced by EPA on November 24, 2020 and published in the Federal Register on November 30, 2020. Public comment, identified by docket number EPA-HQ-OPP-2018-0258, may be submitted through the federal eRulemaking portal which may be accessed by clicking here. The proposed guidance is intended to clarify that products with claims that are