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Gowan Company

Gowan are providers of quality crop protection solutions for specialty crops and niche markets of agriculture. Their products include insecticides/miticides, fungicides, and herbicides. Their critical competencies are field sales and development, pesticide registration, formulation and efficient market delivery.

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CropLife Africa Middle East

CropLife Africa Middle East, a member of CropLife International, represents the plant science industry and a network of national associations in 30 countries in Africa and the Middle East. The "Plant Science Industry" includes manufacturers and distributors of crop protection products (pesticides) seeds and biotechnology products.

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Crop protection contributes to U.S. energy security by supporting efficient corn growth and in turn, ethanol production.

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Weed'em And Reap: Managing Weeds On America's Farmland

Farming is not easy, and farmers are not stupid. That is why our farmers have college degrees in fields such as agronomy, soil science, plant health management and environmental science.

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Crop Protection Industry News and Information Resources

The following links and organizations are a valuable resource for information and expert opinion on the farming and crop protection industry, including the regulatory agencies that manage and approve crop protection products in the United States.  *Please note, CLA is not responsible for links or content provided by third parties.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)


Agronomic Links Around the Globe


American Farm Bureau


Council for Agricultural Science and Technology


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