Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 17. Forest Resources and Practices
Section 100. Deployment of Broadcast Chemicals.
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AS 41.17.100. Deployment of Broadcast Chemicals.

The commissioner of environmental conservation, in consultation with the commissioner, shall formulate necessary plans and measures to ensure that application of broadcast chemicals and other substances foreign to the state's forest ecosystem do not lead to results contrary to the objectives and provisions of this chapter and other applicable laws and regulations relating to renewable resources. Regulations adopted by the commissioner of environmental conservation may include requirements for advance testing, posting of security, written reports, and other matters.

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