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AN ASSESSMENT OF REGULATORY PROGRAMS IN ASFFPCO MEMBER STATES Sanford R. Simon United Industries Corporation. ALABAMA ARKANSAS FLORIDA GEORGIA KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI NORTH CAROLINA. OKLAHOMA SOUTH CAROLINA TENNESSEE TEXAS VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA INDI-UKY

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AN ASSESSMENT OFREGULATORY PROGRAMSINASFFPCO MEMBER STATESSanford R. SimonUnited Industries Corporation


ALABAMA

ARKANSAS

FLORIDA

GEORGIA

KENTUCKY

LOUISIANA

MISSISSIPPI

NORTH CAROLINA

OKLAHOMA

SOUTH CAROLINA

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

VIRGINIA

WEST VIRGINIA

INDI-UKY

(KEN-DIANA OR INDIANA)

ASFFPCO States


State Laws

COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW

CONSENSUS

NUANCES

COMPROMISE

IRRECONSIABLE DIFFERENCES


Comparative Overview


Consensus15 States


Labeling

Brand & Grade

Guaranteed Analysis

Derivation Statement

Net Weight

Manufacturer Name and Address

Consensus


January 1 – December 30AL, KY

July 1 – June 30AR, FL, GA, IN, MS, NC, OR, SC, TN, WV

PermanentLA, TX

Registration Period


MONTHLY – 6

QUARTERLY – 7

SEMI-ANNUAL – 2

ANNUAL – 1

Tonnage


Non-nutritive metals statement

Investigational allowances

Restricted use fertilizer permits

Fertilizer registration fees

Fertilizer tonnage fees

Fertilizer tonnage / inspection fees

Nuances


Fertilizer manufacturer license number

Micronutrient guarantees

Manure nutrient guarantee

Non-nutritive metals statement

ORGANIC

Declaration of organic nutrient(s)

Percent Organic and Synthetic

Compromise


Organic - Defined

AAPFCO

NOP

OMRI


Organic - Interpretation

Kentucky

Texas

Florida


Kentucky – AAPFCO – A material containing carbon and one or more elements other than hydrogen and oxygen essential for plant growth.

Florida – AAPFCO – with caveat that the specific organic nutrient is identified and percent natural and synthetic is represented on the label.

Texas – NOP / AAPFCO – follows AAPFCO in as much as 60% of organic N claimed must be slow release. MU is not approved under NOP standard.

Irreconcilable Differences


Control officials limited by statutes

Uniformity is a goal, but not always the objective.

Except for organic, equitable resolution among states has been achieved.

Conclusion


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