Agrochemistry has enabled an increase in desirable crop production through the development and use of fertilizers and pesticides. Over the past few decades, overuse of commercially available agrochemicals has led to pesticide resistance and undesirable environmental impacts. One solution is to develop new classes of agrochemicals that have alternative modes of action. Other solutions to slow or block the onset of resistance and increase agricultural output may include rethinking how we use and apply chemicals and developing new technologies beyond traditional pesticides. This webinar, hosted by the Chemical Sciences Roundtable, will examine the current landscape of agrochemistry and discuss methods and technologies to sustain crop production into the future using chemistry. Register here to attend this free webinar.