Grain farmers are committed to growing grain sustainably but rely on a predictable regulatory environment that provides access to the effective and targeted crop protection products that farmers need to manage risk.
Grain farmers are concerned that the Pest Management Regulatory Agency’s (PMRA) re-evaluation process is focused on publishing proposed decisions as fast as possible.
It appears that this speed limits their ability to ensure all relevant information is available and prevents them from engaging farmers so that we can fully understand the issues they raise, which would allow us to provide the PMRA with the information required to refine these decisions.
GGC will be reviewing today’s decision on Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam and will provide further comment once that review is complete.
President, Grain Growers of Canada
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