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Authored by Stephanie Blevins Wycoff, Extension Associate, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs and Cynthia Gregg, Unit Coordinator and Extension Agent, Brunswick County, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Edited by Dana Beegle, Publications Manager, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs and Daniel Frank, Director, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs

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 Reading a pesticide label is an essential step before the purchase, use, storage, and disposal of a product. The information provided in a pesticide label can keep you from making mistakes and ultimately help protect human health and the environment. This publication gives a brief overview of the components that are found on pesticide product labels.

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Publication Date

January 7, 2021