EPA’s proposal will have an impact on virtually every pesticide application, according to one expert

The EPA is currently working through several pesticide regulation proposals. It comes as environmental groups are pushing the agency to better comply with the Endangered Species Act when registering crop protection products.

Dr. Aaron Hager with the University of Illinois spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the proposals, the possible ripple effects, and the biggest concerns they are hearing.

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