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Residue level meeting set

A meeting in Visalia, Calif., in early April will discuss the science and policy issues behind maximum residue levels imposed on agricultural goods by some U.S. trading partners.

Published on March 14, 2014 2:55PM


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 .



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