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CLA's Ducks Unlimited program.

CropLife America (CLA) Foundation-Ducks Unlimited (DU) Conservation Technology Initiative reports its efforts to restore wildlife habitat continues to prosper and grow. Shown here is CLA Pres/CEO Jay Vroom, (1), and an official of the San Luis National Refuge Complex, Los Banos, CA, examining a noxious weed that is crowding out native grasses the initiative is helping to restore.

Last year CLA members Bayer CropScience, DuPont, Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto, SePro and Syngenta donated 5,741 gallons of herbicides, 296 lbs. of granular herbicides, and 140 gallons of fungicides--a total value of $350,000. This year the program has expanded, and with $500,000 in support.
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Title Annotation:FYI NEWS & NOTES; CropLife America
Publication:Agri Marketing
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Sep 1, 2006
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