FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky growers have till April 5 to submit feedback a couple of Food and Drug Administration proposal that might change some agricultural water requirements for produce growers, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles introduced.
“The FDA recently notified the Department of Agriculture about potential new changes to agricultural water requirements for our produce growers,” Commissioner Quarles stated. “These changes may affect you and before they do, it’s important for Kentucky growers to provide feedback to help improve the rule. Now is the time to have your voices heard.”
FDA has opened a proper remark window giving the chance for anybody to touch upon the proposed changes. All feedback, both digital or paper, should be acquired by FDA by April 5.
Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Produce Safety Program is monitoring the proposed changes and can inform growers, companions, and business stakeholders statewide of any changes that grow to be ultimate.
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