As farmers face growing economic and environmental pressures such as new and growing insect, pest and crop disease threats, military conflicts and global supply chain inefficiencies, it is more imperative than ever to ensure farmers maintain access to safe and effective pesticide products. Additionally, federal policies must ensure state laws regarding water rights and allocations are honored and that states are given maximum flexibility in the management of both their water resources and their water quality programs.
NASDA invites USDA to tackle regional, state and local climate challenges in partnership with state departments of agriculture
As advocates for agriculture’s prosperity, NASDA members have always sought […]
Press Release – 01/08/2020 Arlington, Virginia Following the President’s signing of […]