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EXTOXNET PIP - 2,4-D
... .S. The diethylamine salt is toxicity class III- slightly toxic orally, but toxicity class I- highly toxic by eye exposure. It bears the Signal Word ... Effects: Effects on birds: 2,4-D is slightly toxic to wildfowl and slightly to moderately toxic to birds. The LD50 is 1000 mg/kg in ... 10 mg/L, indicating that 2,4-D is only slightly toxic. Brown shrimp showed a small increase in mortality at exposures ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - 2,4-DB
... Pesticide (GUP). The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has classified it as toxicity class III - slightly toxic. Products containing it bear the Signal Word CAUTION. Chemical Class: phenoxy compound Introduction: 2, ... and as an emulsified concentrate. Toxicological Effects: Acute toxicity: 2,4-DB is a slightly toxic compound through oral exposure. It has an oral LD50 ranging between 370 mg/kg ...
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Rose Pests and Spraying (for the Northeastern US)
... Beetles Spider Mites Cane Borers Alternative Products Eco-friendly solutions Growth Enhancers Sprays: How toxic is toxic? Signal Words and LD50s One important aspect of understanding chemical safety is recognizing ... and Nicotine. Members of the third most toxic group of pesticides carry the signal word CAUTION on the label, are listed as slightly toxic and are classified as Category III pesticides. ...
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Rose Pests and Spraying (for the Northeastern US)
... Beetles Spider Mites Cane Borers Alternative Products Eco-friendly solutions Growth Enhancers Sprays: How toxic is toxic? Signal Words and LD50s One important aspect of understanding chemical safety is recognizing ... and Nicotine. Members of the third most toxic group of pesticides carry the signal word CAUTION on the label, are listed as slightly toxic and are classified as Category III pesticides. ...
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Pesticide-Contaminated Clothing Needs Washing Care, HYG-5117-94
... toxic. Key words on all pesticide labels identify the toxicity of the product. For example: Poison Danger signifies a highly toxic or highly concentrated product; Warning, moderately toxic; and Caution, slightly toxic ... . Wash separately from family laundry. Discard clothing if thoroughly saturated with highly toxic pesticide. Washing machine settings: Hot water temperature (140 degrees F/60 C), ...
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SPRING SAFETY CHECK
... three important signal words. DANGER is a highly toxic Class 1 chemical, WARNING is a moderately toxic Class 11 chemical, and CAUTION is a slightly toxic Class 111 chemical. Do not use pesticides on ...
www.ctrose.org

Learning from Poisonous Plants
... plant material ingested. For example, all parts of the sunflower Helianthus annuus fall on the "slightly toxic" plant list. Since sunflowers are a large part of our snack food diet, this comes ... means plant education for all people, big and small. Some Common Landscape Plants and Their Toxic Parts Yew Taxus seeds Privet Ligustrum leaves and berries Sunflower Helianthus annuus all parts, if ...
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Marin Rose Socity - Fungicides
... : I Danger highly toxic; a few drops II Warning moderately toxic; a teaspoon to an ounce III Caution slightly toxic; more than an ounce, less than a pint IV Caution toxic; over a pint There ...
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Toxicology
... know recommend its use. Personally, I don't care for highly toxic or carcinogenic materials, so I prefer using low toxic materials such as Malathion and Funginex over many of the "natural ... Avid and Vendex are slightly toxic, having LD50s of 650 and 2631 respectively. The "newer" insecticides and fungicides are far less toxic than their ancestors, and many are less toxic than those from natural ...
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toxic
... toxic INFORMATION ON OLEANDER TOXICITY Most importantly - If you, or anyone/thing else, believes they have ... called Cardenolide Glycosides. The toxin is mostly contained in the sap which is clear to slightly milky colored, and sticky. When ingested in certain quatities, this toxin can cause harm - and ...
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