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Module 3: Special Issues

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Introduction

Modules

  1. Label Basics
  2. Parts of the Label
  3. Special Issues
  4. Applying the Principles of Pesticide Label Review
  5. Emerging Issues and Course Completion


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Section 8: How should I review labeling claims?

Key Points

Progress Check
  1. When is it acceptable for a pesticide product to make claims that imply or suggest that the product can or will prevent or control disease or offer health protection?
    Never.
  2. Do label reviewers review trademark and copyright symbols to ensure that they are used correctly?
    No.
  3. When is it acceptable to make the claim of “new” on a pesticide label?
    When the product is of new composition and has been approved for a period of six months or less.
  4. What do acceptable organic claims do?
    They assist organic growers in knowing which products meet the requirements of the NOP Rule.
  5. What should label reviewers do if a claim they are reviewing is not addressed in the Label Review Manual?
    Consult OPP's Label Committee.




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