Module 1: Label Basics
Table Of Contents
- Label Basics
- Parts of the Label
- Special Issues
- Applying the Principles of Pesticide Label Review
- Emerging Issues and Course Completion
Section 6: Which labels require review?
- The nine label types that require EPA review include submissions involving: new active ingredients and new uses, technical grade and manufacturing–use products, new products containing existing active ingredients, amendments, fast track, me–too registrations, products for which efficacy data must be submitted, special local needs, and experimental use permits.
- The three label types that do not require EPA review include submissions involving: supplemental distributor, minimum risk pesticide exemptions, and notification or non-notification.
- What are the two kinds of amendment submissions?
Amendments that require data review and amendments that do not require data review.
- If a registrant modifies the net weight of a registered product, is the registrant required to notify EPA?
No. This is a modification that can be made without notifying EPA (known as non–notification).