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7 Pa. Code § 73.4. Warning statements.

§ 73.4. Warning statements.

 (a)  A warning statement is required on the label for a product which contains .03% or more of boron in a water-soluble form. The statement shall contain the following:

   (1)  The word warning in a conspicuous manner.

   (2)  The crops for which the fertilizer is to be used.

   (3)  A warning that the use of the fertilizer on crops other than those recommended may result in serious injury to the crops.

 (b)  Products containing .001% or more of molybdenum require a warning statement on the label. The statement shall contain the following:

   (1)  The word warning.

   (2)  A warning that the application of fertilizers containing molybdenum may result in forage crops containing levels of molybdenum which are toxic to grazing animals.


   The provisions of this §  73.4 adopted July 28, 1972, effective July 29, 1972, 2 Pa.B. 1435.

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