The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has proposed a new regulation that would require the government to take action to control pests on agricultural lands in order to prevent them from spreading to other parts of the country.
The proposed rule is the first step in what is expected to be a long-term effort to curb insect and disease resistance on the farm, which will be a major driver in the future of agriculture.
The new regulation, proposed by the USDA, aims to prevent the spread of insects, including mosquitoes, yellow jackets, fleas, ticks, and ticks-infested animals.
It also aims to control insects that cause diseases, like dengue and yellow fever, by using chemical pesticides, and by making sure that all areas of the United States have the appropriate controls to keep pests from breeding and spreading.
It’s a major move for the USDA to regulate insect pests, which have a significant impact on the health of the nation.
The insect resistance problems are caused by both the natural spread of pests and the use of insecticides.
“It’s the first time that we’ve had a regulation for pesticide use on agriculture, which is a big change for us,” said Michael E. Bresnahan, director of the Office of Environmental Health at the USDA.
The proposal also aims at improving the health and safety of agricultural workers, particularly farm workers in rural areas.
The new regulation would require all farm workers to wear breathing masks during the workday and to use a hand mask if they have to use gloves to apply pesticides.
“This is really important because the use in the United Kingdom has been very low, and it’s actually a significant risk to health for workers who do this work,” said Robert L. Cappelli, senior scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey.
In an interview with Bloomberg News, Bresnan said the new rule would make the country a safer place to work, but it’s still unclear how it would be enforced.
“I’m not sure if there’s going to be enforcement of it.
I’m not confident there’s actually going to.
I’ve seen cases of workers being arrested,” he said.
“But it’s not like we’re not aware of it.”
A number of states have already made the change.
Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming have passed laws that require farmers to wear masks while working.
The U.K. recently passed legislation requiring farmers to have “full and total control” of the area where they farm.
States have also stepped up their use of chemical pesticides to control mosquito populations.
In 2014, the U,S.
Department of Justice sued several pesticide companies, claiming they were illegally using insecticides on farms without authorization.
The companies have been ordered to stop using certain pesticides in the U., the U.-K.
and other countries.
The Department of the Interior has also issued new regulations on the use and disposal of pesticides in certain areas, and states are considering new laws.
The regulation is the result of a yearlong effort to reduce pesticide use in agricultural areas, which has been largely driven by concerns about the impact of pesticides on soil health.
The use of these pesticides, known as neonicotinoids, has also been linked to several new diseases like dendritic disease and West Nile virus.