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CropLife America and RISE Announce 2011 Spring Conference

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The conference will be held April 7-8 a the Marriott Crystal Gateway in Arlington, Va.

| March 9, 2011

CropLife America and RISE annoucned that the 2011 Spring Conference will be held April 7-8 a the Marriott Crystal Gateway in Arlington, Va.

This year’s event will bring together leading experts and decision makers in the crop protection industry, government agencies and regulatory bodies. Attendees of the 2011 CLA and RISE Spring Conference will have the opportunity to:

- Engage in up-close forums and discussions with top agency figures;

- Learn from expert resources in the scientific community and academia;

- Analyze and discuss the rigorous science-based regulations that help ensure the safety of crop protection products;

- Network with an audience of approximately 150 attendees in the science, health, government affairs and regulatory fields.

Click here for more information and to register.

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