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Pesticide Use Enforcement
What is a pesticide?

A pesticide is a substance which is used to do any of the following:
Kill, destroy, prevent, or repel any pest which may infest or be detrimental to man, animals or plants; Defoliate plants; Regulate plant growth; Used as a spray adjuvant.

If the chemical is used to do any of the above, it is a pesticide and all pesticide laws must be followed when handling, storing, or transporting the chemical. Restricted pesticides are subject to additional regulatory requirements. If you are not sure whether a chemical is a pesticide look for the EPA registration number. All pesticides have one. Or simply call your County Agricultural Commissioner's office.

Non-occupational Pesticide Injuries - Important Links
Reimbursing Medical Costs of Persons Injured in Pesticide Incidents

Office of Emergency Services - Area Plan - Pesticide Drift Protocols$file/sb%20391%20web%20page%20bulletin.pdf

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