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Information Type: publications Tags: organophosphates

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June 1, 2018

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In Canada, any pesticide must be approved for use by the federal government. Pesticides are classified for use as restricted, commercial or domestic. To determine if a pesticide is registered for use in Canada, look for the pest control products act registration number on the label. If there is...


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March 1, 2008

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Treated seed should be planted within the same year of treatment to ensure optimal germination. Excess seed can be double-planted around field edges. Treated seed can also be planted on land designated for pasture or silage. It should be thoroughly incorporated at the time of seeding using a...


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March 1, 2008

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There are approximately 100 permanent pesticide container collection sites located throughout the province to collect empty and rinsed non-returnable plastic and metal pesticide containers. The sites are not to be used for the disposal of pesticide concentrate or other refuse. Empty bags that...


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March 1, 2008

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Guidelines prepared by the seed protectant industry, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development and Alberta Environment offer clear and practical waste management options for commercial seed treatment plants.


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Last Modified

November 1, 2007

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Most federally-classed restricted or commercial pesticides in Alberta are classified in Alberta as Schedule 1 or 2. Some commercial and restricted class pesticides such as insect repellents, insecticides for use directly on livestock and rodent bait are classified as Schedule 4 and do not require...