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          PESTICIDE USE AND YOUR RIGHTS

 

The Healthy Schools Act of 2000 (as amended by Assembly Bill 2865, Chapter 865, Statutes of 2006) requires that all schools and child day care centers provide parents or guardians of children who are enrolled at the facility with annual written notification of expected pesticide use at schools and day care centers. Attached to this letter is a list of pesticides that may be used during the school year. The notification will identify the active ingredient or ingredients in each pesticide product and will include the Department of Pesticide Regulation’s School Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Web site (http://www.schoolipm.info) for further information on pesticides and their alternatives.  

 

Parents or guardians may request prior notification of individual pesticide applications at the school or day care center by registering with their students’ school site. Beginning September 1, 2016, people listed on this registry will be notified at least 72 hours before pesticides are applied. If you would like to be notified every time a    pesticide is applied, then you may obtain a copy of the registration form at your local school site.

Some materials such as Baits and non-toxic alternatives do not require notification. Information on all products approved for use is available at each school site.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Danny Alexander, IPM Coordinator (916) 997-0820 or email to dalexander@rdusd.org

 

MATERIAL ADD ULTRACIDE                              ACTIVE INGREDIENT

CYNOFF POWER SPRAY INSECTICIDE                    CYPERMETHRIN

BORDER INSECTICIDE                                                LAMDA-CYHAOTHRIN

DEMAND CS INSECTICIDE                                          LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN

ULTRACIDE                                                                   PYRIPROXIFEN, PYRETHRINS, PERMETHRINS

CY-KICK INSECTICIDE                                                 CYFLUTHRIN

PT-565 PLUS XLO INSECTICIDE                                  OCTYLBICYCLOHEPTENE

DICARBOXIMIDE

MASTER LINE INSECTICIDE                                        BIFENTHRIN 7.9

DRAGNET SFR TERMITICIDE/ INSECTICIDE             PERMETHRIN   

PREMISE 75 TERMITICIDE/INSECTICIDE                   IMIDACLOPRID

MAXTHOR SC INSECTICIDE                                        BIFENTHRIN

MERIT 75 WSP                                                               IMIDACLOPRID

CY-KICK CS INSECTICIDE                                            CYFLUTHRIN

DITRAC RODENTICIDE                                                 DIPHACINONE

SQUIRREL BAIT                                                             DIPHACINONE

TERMIDOR SC TERMITICIDE/INSECTICIDE               FIPRONIL

PHANTOM TERMITICIDE/INSECTICIDE                      CHLORFENAPYR

RECRUIT IV TERMITICIDE                                           NOVIFLUMURON

BORACARE INSECTICIDE                                            DISODIUM OCTABORATE     

TETRAHYDRATE

 

This section is materials that District Gardeners have been trained to use:

                 WEED CONTROL                                                     ACTIVE INGREDIENT

                 SUREGUARD                                                                          FLUMIOXAZIN

                 GLYPHOSATE PRO 4                                                            GLYPHOSATE

                 GARLON 4                                                                              TRICLOPYR

                 TREFLAN                                                                                TRIFLURALIN

                 SEDGEHAMMER                                                                    HALOSULFURON-METHYL

                 ORYZALIN PRO 4L                                                                 ORYZALIN

                 DIMENSION 2EW                                                                    DITHIOPYR

                 SPOTLIGHT                                                                             FLUROXYPYR

                  FUSILADE                                                                               FLUAZIFOP

                  GRASS GETTER                                                                    SETHOXYDIM

                  SPEEDZONE SOUTHERN – CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL-/-2,4,D-/-MECOPROP –P-/-DICAMBA

                  ACTIVATOR 90                                                                       ALKYLPHENOL ETHOXYLATE, ALCOHOL ETHOXYLATE

 

                  GOPHER/SQUIRREL CONTROL

                 THE GIANT DESTROYER                                                       SULFUR

                 THE RODENATOR MACHINE                                                 PROPANE/OXYGEN

                 GOPHER GETTER GOPHER BAIT                                         DIPHACINONE

                 WILCO GOPHER GETTER TYPE 1                                        STRYCHNINE .50%

You can find more information regarding these pesticides and pesticide use reduction at the Department of Pesticide Regulation’s School IPM Web site

at http://www.schoolipm.info. If you have any questions, please contact Danny Alexander, IPM Coordinator at (916)997-0820 or email to :                             dalexander@rdusd.org

 

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