Department to develop programs for solution of pesticide and synthetic chemical problems
The increasing formulation, distribution, application and use of pesticides and other synthetic chemicals have created serious problems with storage, disposition and transportation of pesticides and other synthetic chemicals which cannot or should not be distributed, applied or used. Such problems include but are not limited to the recall and storage of pesticides and other synthetic chemicals prohibited from distribution, application or use because of a violation of or noncompliance with a law or regulation. The State Department of Agriculture shall review scientific information relating to such problems and develop immediate and long-range programs or plans for solutions to such problems, and for these purposes seek the advice of governmental agencies or bodies. [1973 c.341 §4; 1993 c.742 §112]
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