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

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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…

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

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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…

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EPA Public Comment Period on Updated Draft Guidance on Plant Regulator Product Claims Closes on December 30, 2020

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The public comment period for EPA’s updated “Draft Guidance for Plant Regulator Products and Claims, Including Plant Biostimulants,” closes on December 30, 2020.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…

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FY 2021 Annual Maintenance Fee Payments Under FIFRA Are Due on January 15, 2021

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EPA has updated its web site with the forms and information necessary for payment of annual maintenance fees under FIFRA which are due on January 15, 2021. All active or…

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CPDA Participates in EPA PRIA Quarterly Stakeholder Meeting

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CPDA and other members of the PRIA Industry Coalition participated in the PRIA Quarterly Stakeholder meeting held by Office of Pesticide Program (OPP) representatives on November 12, 2020. The virtual…

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EPA Announces Electronic Process for Issuing Gold Seal Letters

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EPA has announced a new process whereby Gold Seal letters will be issued electronically with the insertion of a seal that is digitally rendered rather than embossed. The electronic process…

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EPA Approves Extension of Streamlined BIT Self-Certification Process

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EPA has approved an extension to December 31, 2021 of the streamlined self-certification process whereby registrants may notify the Agency of a change in the source of BIT in a…

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10-01-2020 CPDA in News “NEW TANK MIXES TO REDUCE OFF-TARGET DAMAGE FROM DICAMBA”

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By Sonja Begemann, AgPro, October 1, 2020 Click Here to Launch News Article BASF and Bayer are each creating a new tank-mix partner for their dicamba products. Both company tank…

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CPDA ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2020 JOINT VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING!

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REGISTRATION ANNOUNCEMENT CPDA & CROPLIFE AMERICA PROVIDE FIRST-EVER 2020 JOINT VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING! The Council of Producers of Agrotechnology “CPDA” will be holding a joint virtual Annual Meeting Program for…

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CPDA Conducts Media Webinar on the Importance of Selecting the Right Adjuvant for Successful Weed Control

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On May 14, 2020, CPDA conducted a webinar for the media titled “Adjuvant Selection Can Make or Break Your Weed Control in 2020,” featuring Joe Gednalske, CPDA Manager of Membership…

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05-27-2020 CPDA in News “EVER THINK ABOUT THE ADJUVANTS YOU USE?”

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CLICK HERE TO LAUNCH NEWS ARTICLE May 27, 2020, By Willie Vogt, WESTERN FARMER-STOCKMAN “The Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology wants farmers to know there are many choices,…

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05-19-2020 CPDA in News “3 REASONS EVERYONE SHOULD PAY MORE ATTENTION TO ADJUVANTS”

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Click here to Launch News Article by Margy Eckelkamp May 19, 2020 01:05 PM “I get the question a lot if there are differences in adjuvants, and yes, there are,”…

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05-15-2020 CPDA in News “ADJUVANTS PLAY KEY ROLE IN WEED CONTROL”

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A member of the Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology says adjuvant selection can make or break weed control.

Joe Gednalske, retired director of product development for WinField United, led a recent webinar hosted by the council.

“Most post-emergence herbicides specifically say they need an adjuvant system of one kind or another. And if that does not go in the spray tank with that herbicide, you’re reducing your performance 30 to 90 percent.”

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CPDA in News “HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT ADJUVANT FOR THE RIGHT JOB”

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With the rise of herbicide-resistant weeds, the use of an adjuvants is also on the rise and may be necessary to help control resistant weeds. Also, when weather conditions are not ideal at the time of application, adjuvants may help increase application efficacy for controlling weeds.

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CPDA Webinar “AGRICULTURE Economic Outlook “

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Watch CPDA’s recent Webinar titled “The Importance of Adjuvant Selection“

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