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the material as a Federal Restricted Material, the Director’s exemption does not apply.

Refusal, Suspension, or Revocation of a Restricted Materials Permit. Your restricted materials permit may be refused, revoked, or suspended if you violate any condition of the permit, or any provision of the laws or regula- tions. Violations could include

  • failure to prepare pesticide use

records and keep these on file for

RESTRICTED MATERIALS • 29

two years, or failure to report pesticide use as required by the Director of DPR or the county agricultural commissioner

  • preparing false or fraudulent records or reports

  • refusing to allow the county agricultural commissioner or the Director of DPR to enter and inspect a treatment site or storage facility or to inspect application equipment, or the pesticide product or products being used

REVIEW QUESTIONS

  • 1.

    The U.S. EPA may classify a pesticide as a re- stricted use pesticide if it

    • a.

      is ineffective unless used at twice the label- recommended rate

    • b.

      presents a significant dermal hazard to applicators

    • c.

      leaves visible residues on treated surfaces

    • d.

      does not brea down within 7 days

  • 2.

    Any person in California who applies or supervises the application of a restricted use pesticide must

    • a.

      attend 20 hours of special training

    • b.

      notify the local UC Cooperative Extension advisor before ma ing or supervising an application

    • c.

      obtain a medical release from a physician

    • d.

      be a California-certified commercial or private applicator

  • 3.

    Which of the following is not a criterion for DPR to classify a pesticide as a California restricted material?

    • a.

      the pesticide is effective and practical

    • b.

      the pesticide could be dangerous to public health

    • c.

      there is a hazard to subsequent crops through persistent soil residues

    • d.

      there is a hazard to honey bees from direct application or drift

  • 4.

    Which two documents must individuals who are

engaged in pest control for hire have available when making an agricultural use application of a pesticide that requires a permit?

a. copies of their business license and the applicable UC Pest Management Guideline

(answers on page 119)

    • b.

      a valid driver’s license and the current restricted materials permit

    • c.

      the grower’s wor order and a valid driver’s license

    • d.

      copies of the written pest control recom- mendation or grower’s wor order and the current restricted materials permit

  • 5.

    An application for a restricted materials permit for nonagricultural use must include the

    • a.

      name and address of the nearest agricultural commissioner’s office

    • b.

      name and address of the individual who will be ma ing the application

    • c.

      criteria for determining the need for the pesticide application

    • d.

      nown health effects of the pesticide to be applied

  • 6.

    Permits for the agricultural use of restricted pesticides must be

    • a.

      site and time specific

    • b.

      mailed or personally delivered to anyone living within 1/4 mile of the application

    • c.

      approved by the Director of the California Department of Food and Agriculture

    • d.

      posted in a central location for 30 day after the application

  • 7.

    A restricted materials permit is valid for up to _______ year(s) for certain types of perennial agricultural plantings.

    • a.

      1

    • b.

      3

    • c.

      5

    • d.

      7

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