Senate Ag begins pesticide registration review

Dependable pesticide registration process is goal of reauthorizing Pesticide Registration Improvement Act ahead of Sept. 30 expiration.

Regulatory certainty is top of mind for producers in the countryside. On Thursday, the Senate Agriculture Committee began its examination of pesticide registrations as the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act (PRIA) is set to expire at the end of this fiscal year.

PRIA, while technical in nature, is critically important with assisting both the Environmental Protection Agency in carrying out administrative functions and the industry, which relies on timely pesticide registration

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