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Vive Crop Protection CEO Named to CropLife America Board

Vive Crop Protection announced that Vive Crop Protection CEO, Keith Thomas, has been elected to CropLife America’s Board of Directors for a three-year term.

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CropLife America Meets with Delegation from Chinese Ministry of Agriculture

A delegation of pesticide program officers organized by the Institute for the Management of Agrochemicals, China Ministry of Agriculture, met

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CropLife America Hosts Inaugural Events, Signs Letter of Support for EPA-Nominee Pruitt

Last week, Americans across the nation celebrated the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump

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Court of Justice of the European Union Rejects Broad Disclosure of Confidential Business Information

On Wednesday, November 23, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rendered its judgments in two cases in which

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Federal Court Rules in Favor of Science-Based Regulatory Review

A California federal court ruled in favor of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and an industry coalition including CropLife America,

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CropLife America Elects Board Leaders and Honors Award Recipients at 2016 Annual Meeting

During the association’s 2016 Annual Meeting held this week in New Orleans, La., CropLife America (CLA) announced the results from

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Defending Crop Protection

Despite her Iowa birth, Diane Allemang did not grow up on a farm, though living in the state means “you

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CropLife America Responds to EPA’s FIFRA Decision

CropLife America president and CEO Jay Vroom released a statement following the U.S. EPA decision to to continue to use

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Ag Groups Express Concern Over Pending EU Legislation Affecting Agricultural Exports

CropLife America, along with nearly 50 agricultural organizations and associations, sent a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman regarding

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Consequences of Soaring Regulatory, Legal Costs

Chemical companies are spending more on the approval and defense of chemical technologies than ever before. A 2010 CropLife America study

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CropLife America Hires Imad Saab to Lead Environmental Policy

Jay Vroom, president and CEO of CropLife America (CLA), announced today that Dr. Imad Saab will join CLA as the

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CropLife America’s Rebeckah Adcock Receives 2016 NAICC Service to Agriculture Award

The National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants (NAICC) presented the 2016 NAICC Service to Agriculture Award today to Rebeckah Adcock,

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CropLife America Promotes Dismuke to Administrative VP and Human Resources Director

CropLife America (CLA) president and CEO Jay Vroom announced that Laisha Dismuke is promoted to administrative vice president and human

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CropLife America Responds to the EFSA Review of Glyphosate

CropLife America (CLA), offers its response to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recent reevaluation of glyphosate. The newly completed, comprehensive review

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CropLife America Hires Tankia Sims as Director of Human Health Policy

Jay Vroom, president and CEO of CropLife America (CLA), announced that Dr. Tamika D. Sims will join CLA as the

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CropLife America Names Nader Elkassanbany Senior Director

Dr. Nader M. Elkassabany has been appointed senior director for CropLife America. In his role, Elkassabany will be responsible for

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CropLife America Applauds Passage of Trade Promotion Authority Bill

CropLife America (CLA) commends Congress for passing the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) bill. TPA provides the U.S. with better access

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The Industry Reacts to the IARC’s Review of Crop Protection Products

Several companies and organizations around the crop protection industry have issued responses to the  International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC),

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CropLife America Expresses Concern for Final WOTUS Rule

A statement from CropLife America (CLA) expressed concern over the final Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, renamed the

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Seed Firms’ Changes Bring Uncertainty, Promises

The months ahead will reveal what these altered players will look like and how they’ll work with dealers and growers. They’ll also show where companies are focusing efforts in trait development and crop systems.

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Naidu: India Needs Multi-Pronged Approach to Agriculture

Indian Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has called for a comprehensive, multi-pronged approach to agriculture with focus on crop diversification

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AMVAC’s Trogele: ‘Entire Downstream Channel of Our Industry Will Be Challenged’

AMVAC Chief Operating Officer Bob Trogele offered his insight on the current agrichemical environment, and on how retailers can possibly engage with post-patent companies.

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Albaugh Enters Collaboration on New Wheat Varietites

Colorado Wheat Research Foundation, Inc., Albaugh, LLC and Limagrain Cereal Seeds, LLC have announced the release of the first two new herbicide-tolerant CoAXium Wheat Production System varieties.

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Monsanto, Farm Groups Sue California Over Glyphosate Warning Requirement

Monsanto Co. says it has joined a coalition of U.S. farm groups in a lawsuit against the state of California to stop a requirement for cancer warnings on products containing glyphosate.