VISALIA, Calif. — A workshop here next month will examine the science and policy issues behind the maximum residue levels imposed on agricultural goods by some of the United States’ trading partners.
The April 2 meeting at the Visalia Convention Center will give practical insights on how the levels are developed and how they drive growers’ pest management programs and export business, according to a news release.
The program, organized by AgBusiness Resources and other sponsors, will feature experts from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the University of California-Davis, California State University-Fresno and private industry, the release explains.
Registration is $100 per person, $125 after March 25 or $150 on site and includes lunch. Visit http://specialtycropschool.com .