Bayer CropScience is one of the world's leading innovative cropscience companies in the area of crop protection, non agricultural pest-control, seeds and plant biotechnology. They strive to build long term, consistent, predictable and mutually beneficial partnerships with our customers and stakeholders, and aim to generate value through innovation.
CropLife Canada represents the manufacturers, developers, and distributors of plant science innovations – pest control products and plant biotechnology – for use in agriculture, urban, and public health settings. CropLife Canada supports innovative and sustainable agriculture in Canada, in cooperation with others, by building trust and appreciation for plant science innovations.
The Federal Insecticide, Rodenticide, and Fungicide Act (FIFRA) regulates the crop protection industry and provides EPA with the authority to oversee the sale and use of pesticides.
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CropLife America News ReleasesStay informed with the latest news from the crop protection industry. Learn More
CropLife America Video LibraryCropLife America uploads a new video to our website on a bi-weekly basis, focusing on important topics related to crop protection technology and news. Learn More
Read Our Annual ReportPublished every September, CLA's Annual Report highlights CLA's efforts to advocate on behalf of crop protection tools for American farmers. Learn More
Topics of Interest
CropLife America has a library of publications, brochures and print documents on the top issues in modern agriculture, such as our From Lab to Label brochure. You can download PDF versions of CLA's publications by clicking here.
CropLife America regularly submits comments to federal Agencies on behalf of the crop protection industry, on issues that have broad science and regulatory implications. We value sharing information that increases understanding of the crop protection industry for members, other industries, government, academia and allies. You can access the headlines by clicking here.
CropLife America is fully engaged on issues affecting American agriculture and the chemical crop protection industry. You can read more about the issues related to chemical crop protection below by clicking here.