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REVIEW QUESTIONS

  • 1.

    Which of the following could be considered part of a esticide label?

    • a.

      a spray nozzle catalog

    • b.

      the manufacturer’s advertisement in a grower magazine

    • c.

      the Federal Worker Protection Standard

    • d.

      a written recommendation from a licensed Pest ontrol Adviser

  • 2.

    When a manufacturer allows the registration of its pesticide product to lapse, pesticide dealers who sell this product

    • a.

      must immediately return all unsold

product to the manufacture

    • b.

      may lawfully sell and deliver the product for two years

    • c.

      must recall all of the product in the possession of end users

    • d.

      may lawfully sell and deliver all remaining product for as many years as it takes

  • 3.

    When the registration of a pesticide product has been cancelled, the sale and use of this product

    • a.

      may always continue until supplies are exhausted

    • b.

      may continue if the regulatory agency provides for a specified period allowing for its sale and use

    • c.

      will always be allowed for two years from the date of cancellation

    • d.

      will never be allowed by regulatory agencies under any circumstance

  • 4.

    An Emergency Exem tion from Registration allows a pesticide product to be used for a

    • a.

      specific nonregistered purpose for an unlimited amount of time

    • b.

      non-specified purpose for a specific amount of time

    • c.

      specific nonregistered purpose for a specified time

    • d.

      non-specified purpose for an unlimited amount of time

  • 5.

    A S ecial Local Need Registration (SLN) allows

    • a.

      growers to apply the pesticide to any crop as long as the SLN is valid in the grower’s state

    • b.

      supplemental uses of the pesticide uniformly throughout the U.S.

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    • c.

      uses of pesticides for crops or sites not listed on the label

    • d.

      any feasible use of the pesticide in the specified local area

  • 6.

    A su lemental label is

    • a.

      literature distributed by the pesticide manufacturer by mail

    • b.

      a sample pesticide label produced by the manufacturer or others

    • c.

      the same as a s ecial local need label

    • d.

      a pamphlet containing required pesticide label information that will not fit on the container label

  • 7.

    The purpose of the signal word on any pesticide label is to

    • a.

      inform users and handlers of the relative acute toxicity or hazard of the product

    • b.

      tell users the formulation type of pesticide product

    • c.

      specify on which crops the product is registered

    • d.

      specify the pest the product controls

  • 8.

    The recautionary statements section of the label contains information about the

    • a.

      application rate

    • b.

      crops on which the product can be applied

    • c.

      relative toxicity of the product

    • d.

      hazards to people and domestic animals

9. Plantback restrictions are found in the section of the pesticide label.

_________

    • a.

      precautionary statements

    • b.

      statement of practical treatment

    • c.

      contents

    • d.

      directions for use

  • 10.

    A decrease below the label rate of the amount of the pesticide product applied to a crop or site is

    • a.

      always allowed

    • b.

      illegal

  • c.

    allowed only if you obtain written authoriza- tion from the county agricultural commis- sioner

  • d.

    allowed only if the product is tank mixed

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