California’s Rodenticide Prohibition: Simplified

On: June 10, 2021
Earlier this year, CA's ban on second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) started. Here's a simplified FAQ document to help you stay compliant!

EPA Extends Respiratory Fit Test Amendment

On: May 21, 2021
Earlier this month, the EPA extended their “annual fit test delay” amendment to September 30, 2021. Read a simplified version of the new amendment here!

New Study Prompts the EPA to Reevaluate Popular Insecticide

On: April 26, 2021
Last week, the EPA opened up the public comment period for possible regulation changes regarding the popular mosquito control insecticide malathion.

EPA Seeking Comments on Minimum Risk Pesticide Program

On: April 9, 2021
The EPA is looking for public feedback on possible policy changes related to minimum risk pesticide exemptions. Read on to learn more!

EPA Addresses Risks Posed by Four Common Herbicides

On: March 25, 2021
Last week, the EPA released interim decisions and made updates to label language for four Pyridines and Pyrimidines herbicides to address ecological risks.

PFAS Appearing In Variety of Pesticides, EPA Responds

On: March 10, 2021
PEER has recently discovered that multiple herbicides and insecticides contain PFAS - a chemical that can lead to health issues. Here's how the EPA is responding.

EPA Extends Chlorpyrifos Public Comment Period; Future Use In Doubt

On: February 22, 2021
With a new administration and new executive orders, the future of the controversial pesticide chlorpyrifos is in doubt.

2021 WPS Training Update: New AEZ Requirements

On: January 28, 2021
This blog reviews the new WPS Application Exclusion Zone (AEZ) requirements enacted by the EPA in Dec 2020.

New Michigan Emergency Rule Extends License Renewal Deadline

On: January 8, 2021
On December 30, a new emergency rule extended the validity of Michigan many pesticide applicator licenses. Read more to see if you qualify for this extension!

Oregon Phasing Out Chlorpyrifos Use by 2023

On: December 22, 2020
The Oregon Department of Agriculture recently filed Administrative Rules that limits the use of chlorpyrifos and phases out nearly all use by December 31, 2023.