Regulatory Issues

Permanent rule impacting the use of Aminocyclopyrachlor on specific sites

On May 9, 2019, the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) adopted OAR 603-057-0392, a permanent rule limiting the use of the herbicide aminocyclopyrachlor (ACP) on certain sites and prohibiting the use on others. 

Pesticide Advisory​


ACP rulemaking

Aminocyclopyrachlor Stakeholder Group​ Meetings 


Temporary Rule Prohibiting the Use of Aminocyclopyrachlor (ACP) on Rights-Of-Way

On September 28, 2018, ODA enacted a temporary rule prohibiting the use of any pesticide product containing the active ingredient aminocyclopyrachlor on right-of-way (ROW) sites, OAR 603-057-0391. The Temporary Administrative Rule will be in effect for 180 days, September 28, 2018-March 26, 2019.

Additional regulatory action may take place before or after the expiration date of the temporary rule.

Recently finalized rulemaking

School IPM

Rule summary: Creates a license category for licensed public and commercial pesticide applicators who apply pesticides on the campus of a school, with certain limitations. Amends 603-057-0110
Rule summary: Aligns definition of school in OAR 603-057-0500(14) with statute (ORS 634.700). Amends 603-057-0500. 

Additional resources are available on ODA’s School IPM webpage​.​



Rose Kachadoorian
Program Manager
Phone: 503-986-4651
Dale Mitchell
Program Manager
Phone: 503-986-4646