Pesticide Labels, MSDSheets and Chemical Fact Sheets
All pesticide labels accessed or posted on this web page are for reference
purposes only. These labels may not be copied or otherwise used for any
legal distribution or use of a pesticide. Pesticide dealers,
distributors, consultants and users are legally bound to adhere to
pesticide labels that are attached or affixed to pesticide containers
by the pesticide producer. Any relabeling of pesticide containers must
be performed by the pesticide producer or registrant, or by their
designated representatives. Use of trade names in this
publication/document is solely for identification. No endorsement of
the products named is implied by the Clemson University Cooperative
Extension Service nor is any discrimination intended to the exclusion
of similar products not named.
company/multiple product web sites - (CDMS, Greenbook,
Pesticide chemical fact sheets
Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) web sites
Pesticide names and terms
Pesticide labels and labeling
Department of Pesticide Regulation Lists of Pesticides Registered in South Carolina
Harmonized System (GHS) for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals
Pesticide Registration Program - Good summary
of the registration process and types of registrations for pesticides.
and Feed Commodity Vocabulary (EPA) - The Food
and Feed Commodity Vocabulary was developed to consolidate all the major
Office of Pesticide Program Commodity Vocabularies into one standardized
vocabulary. There are about 12,000 lookup or search terms in this database.
Each lookup term is assigned an EPA preferred term, an EPA (40 CFR 180.41)
crop group name/number, and a monograph number where further information
about a specific commodity can be found. About 1500 preferred commodity
terms were developed. The preferred term will be the only term accepted
in establishing pesticide tolerances. The Food and Feed Commodity Vocabulary
contains only human consumable commodities and livestock feeds.