REGISTER for CPDA Webinar: “Adjuvants 101: History of Adjuvants”

REGISTER for CPDA Webinar “ADJUVANTS 101: THE HISTORY OF ADJUVANTS”CPDA announces the kick-off of an educational Webinar Series titled “Adjuvants 101”.  On Friday, February 25th, join CPDA for a live webinar presentation of “Adjuvants 101:  The History of Adjuvants”, featuring special guest Johnnie Roberts, formerly of Helena Agri-Enterprises, along with Bob Herzfeld, Exacto, and CPDA’s Joe Gednalske as Moderator.   Click here to Register

CPDA along with more than 350 Organizations Voice Support for Existing Pesticide Law

CPDA along with more than 350 Organizations Voice Support for Existing Pesticide Law   WASHINGTON, D.C. – Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology joined more than 350 organizations engaged with pesticide products in a letter sent to members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that affirms these organization’s support the pesticide regulatory system in place today under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). The letter is in response to recently introduced legislation (S.

CPDA is on LinkedIn!

CPDA is pleased to announce the launch of our CPDA page on LinkedIn!  Please give us a follow for news, events, and other industry related updates.  

Press Release: Terry Kippley Named President of CPDA

Industry Veteran Terry Kippley Named President of CPDA   Arlington, VA: January 7, 2022 – The Council of Producers and Distributors of Agrotechnology (CPDA) announced today that Terry Kippley has been named President of CPDA, effective January 4, 2022. Kippley succeeds Gary Halvorson, who has served as President of the organization since 2018. Halvorson will continue advising the organization on EPA and state regulatory issues…. To view full press

EPA’s Response to Supply Chain Extension Request

The Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) extended the December 31, 2021, deadlines for use of the following in pesticide formulations as provided for in the in-kind substitutions for ethylene oxide- and propylene oxide derived inert ingredients (Phase 1 response of 4/29/2021), and the not-in-kind substitutions for propylene glycol (Phase 2 response of 7/1/2021) for a period of 12 months.  Therefore, the agency will permit registrants to continue to utilize the processes described in the Phase 1 and Phase 2 responses