The brand (trade or product name) is a unique name used to advertise the product
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Listed under the brand name, this indicates in general terms what the product will control.
A simpler name given by the EPA to a chemical name for easier recognition.
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The common name for this product is Paclobutrazol
The amount of active ingredient is 22.3 %
For this label the chemical name is
The complex name identifying the chemical components and structure of a chemical.
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The chemical(s) responsible for controlling the pest. Individually listed on the label by common name and/or chemical name and percentage in the product.
Provides the common and/or chemical name and amount of each active ingredient and the total amount of inert ingredients in the container.
Common Name - Paclobutrazol
Other (Inert) Material
Not required to be individually listed, but their percent of content must be.
Other (Inert) Ingredients
For this label the inert ingredients is 77.3 %
EPA Establishment Number Identifies the facility that produced the product.
EPA Registration Number Indicates that the pesticide product has been registered and its label was approved for sale by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Signal words indicate the relative acute toxicity ofthe product to humans and animals.
The statement, KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN, must also appear above the signal word on the label.
If two products will control the same pest, signal words can help you choose the least toxic chemical to control the pest.
Danger POISON—Highly toxic by any routeof entry into the body. Peligro, the Spanish word fordanger, must also appear on the label.
Danger—Can cause severe eye damage or skin irritation.
Warning—Moderately toxic either orally, dermally, or through inhalation; causes moderate eye or skin irritation. Aviso, the Spanish word for warning, must also appear on the label.
Caution—Slightly toxic either orally, dermally, or through inhalation; causes slight eye or skin irritation.
Manufacturer Name and Address Provides the manufacturer’s contact information in case you want more information about the product, such as a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) that provides detailed toxicity information, chemical properties, and precautions needed for emergency personnel.
Manufacturer Name & Address
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This product contains 2 actives - azoxystrobin and difenoconazole
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Almost all turfgrass pesticides have a CAUTION statement except for one I know chlorothalonil which has a DANGER
Some new turfgrass pesticides have no signal word like this one to the right. It is found on the insecticide Acelepyrn
An integrated program for controlling pests includes practices that we have discussed previously like choosing the proper cultivars, proper mowing, irrigation, fertilization, drainage, and cultivation that sustain a healthy turf. Pesticides are one part of an integrated pest control program.
The desired properties of a pesticide as described by Turgeon (2012) include:
1. Effective control of the pest
2. Should not extend beyond the pest to be controlled
3. Should not persist beyond the control period
4. Present minimal hazards to humans
In this interactive program we look at the major components of a pesticide label and what the components mean.
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Pesticides: Part of an Integrated Program in Golf Course Management
Once you click the “Begin” button, you will see the label for the pesticide shown to the left. The highlighted areas are the key components of the label. By clicking on the yellow highlighted areas the component of the label will be described.