The agency proposes to add seven active ingredients to its list of approved ingredients, according to a Draft EIS posted to ePlanning on March 10.
The new products are discussed in Section 2.2.
The project folder includes a scoping report, also released on March 10.
The comment period ends June 5. Online comments are not being accepted at this time.
No online public meetings have been scheduled as of today.
Invasive plants can develop resistance to herbicides over time, according to yesterday’s news release, so new active ingredients are developed to overcome such problems.
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