P RIVATE A PPLICATOR R ECERTIFICATION 2003-2005. Changes to the N.C. Private Pesticide Applicator Regulations and Security and Storage of Pesticides. North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Food & Drug Protection Division, Pesticide Section 2003-2005.
Changes to the N.C. Private Pesticide
Security and Storage of Pesticides
North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
Food & Drug Protection Division, Pesticide Section 2003-2005
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by Private Applicators
DO NOTleave pesticides unattended on vehicles
DO NOTtransport pesticides inside vehicles
DOsecure pesticides when left in the field
DO NOTstore pesticides that leak
DO NOTstore pesticides in a manner that will hinder an inspection
DO NOTkeep pesticides in unlabeled containers
DO NOTstore pesticides in any food, feed, beverage or medicine container
DO NOTcontaminate food, feed, beverage, eating utensils, tobacco, seed, fertilizer or other pesticides
DOstore pesticides in accordance
with their labels
DO NOTstore pesticides in areas
where unauthorized access may occur
DO NOTstorepesticides in locations
that can become damp or wet
DO NOTstore pesticides in areas where combustibles or other fire hazards are present
DOpractice proper storage
DOuse at least the minimum labeling requirements
Common chemical name
Percentage of each
EPA registration number
DOstore pesticides to prevent
DOhave proper ventilation
(not required by NCDA & CS)
Authorized personnel only