MANHATTAN, Kan. – In response to request from industry, as well as to provide modern, efficient service, the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) has modified the documentation requirements for producers and agribusinesses governed by the Kansas Pesticide Law.
“We have heard from industry and responded to their request. This is a common sense change that will allow agribusinesses and those who apply pesticides to provide an electronic version of documentation, rather than be required to submit paper copies,” Secretary of Agriculture Jackie McClaskey said. “We understand the challenges of doing business and want to make sure our Kansas companies can operate as efficiently as possible. That includes making sure our agency is as responsive and flexible as possible.”
The new policy will allow paper, electronic or a combination of documentation forms to meet the requirements as set forth in Kansas Pesticide Law.
For more information on this policy change, please contact the KDA Pesticide and Fertilizer program at (785) 564-6688 or online at https://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/pesticide-fertilizer.