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Legislation in New Hampshire aims to limit pesticide use on sports fields, says NALP

October 27, 2017

In New Hampshire, there is a piece of legislation under consideration that would prohibit pesticide use on lawns and sports fields, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP).

The new piece of legislation, HB399, would prohibit pesticide use on lawns and sports fields around schools unless it’s an emergency and approved by the local board of health. Further, it requires pre-notification and the posting of signs.

Before this bill is voted on by either the house or the senate, it must first be considered and approved by one of the many committees of the legislature, in this case, the House Environment and Agriculture Committee.


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