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REVIEW QUESTIONS

  • 1.

    A person who is responsible for pesticide containers must

    • a.

      store the containers in a loc ed enclosure or provide a person to maintain control over the containers at all times

    • b.

      eep the containers off the ground in the bac of a vehicle when they are to be unattended

    • c.

      cover the containers with a tarp if they cannot be put into a storage facility

    • d.

      eep the containers on the application equipment at all times

  • 2.

    The signs attached to a pesticide storage area must be readable from

    • a.

      10 feet

    • b.

      15 feet

    • c.

      25 feet

    • d.

      50 feet

  • 3.

    Generally, a service container is

    • a.

      the original pesticide container

    • b.

      any container other than the original labeled pesticide container

    • c.

      a special heavy duty container provided by the pesticide manufacturer

    • d.

      a special container approved by the Department of Defense

  • 4.

    Which of the following information is not required to be on the label of a service container?

    • a.

      identity of the pesticide in the container

    • b.

      signal word from the label of the original container

    • c.

      name of the manufacturer of the pesticide in the service container

    • d.

      name and address of the person or firm responsible for the container

  • 5.

    It is illegal to store pesticides in

    • a.

      service containers

    • b.

      original pesticide containers

    • c.

      spray equipment that is properly identi- fied with labeling

    • d.

      containers that are commonly used for food, drin , or other household products

  • 6.

    Pesticides being carried in the back of a vehicle such as a truck must be properly secured in order to

    • a.

      prevent theft

    • b.

      allow other items to be transported with them

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    • c.

      prevent spills into or off of the vehicle

    • d.

      comply with Food Quality Protection Act regulations

  • 7.

    Empty pesticide bags can be disposed of as nonhaz- ardous waste at certain Class III landfills as long as they

    • a.

      have been properly emptied according to DPR’s “Guidelines for Emptying and Burning Pesticide Bags”

    • b.

      have been properly triple rinsed

    • c.

      do not have the signal word Danger or Warning

    • d.

      have been punctured so they cannot be reused

  • 8.

    Proper rinsing of an empty container involves

    • a.

      filling the pesticide container three times and pouring the contents onto the ground at the application site

    • b.

      draining the empty pesticide container into the application equipment for 30 seconds

    • c.

      washing the application equipment tan with soap and water three times after an applica- tion

    • d.

      partially filling an empty pesticide container with water, sha ing, and draining the contents into the spray tan , then repeating this process two more times

  • 9.

    Which containers that have held pesticides are exempt from the container storage, triple rinsing, or disposal requirements of this chapter?

    • a.

      containers that hold less than 5 gallons of liquid

    • b.

      containers that hold one gallon or less of liquid

    • c.

      containers that hold home use pesticides and that are in the possession of homeowners on their own property

    • d.

      no containers are exempt from these require- ments

  • 10.

    Under which of the following conditions may empty pesticide bags be burned?

    • a.

      under the conditions of an agricultural burn permit that has been issued to a grower by the local air quality control district

    • b.

      by permission of the county Board of Supervisors

    • c.

      only between October 1 and February 27

    • d.

      only in areas that receive greater than 12 inches of annual rainfall

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