Articles for which permit is
pesticide is to be tested for a use which is likely to leave residue on or in
food or feed, a permit for shipment or delivery will be issued only when:
a. The food or feed product will only be used
as food or feed for laboratory or experimental animals, or
b. Convincing evidence is submitted by the
applicant that the proposed use will not produce an amount of residue which
would be hazardous to humans or animals.
All applications for permits covering
shipments for experimental use shall include:
a. Name and address of the shipper and places
from which the shipment will be made.
b. Proposed date of shipment or proposed
shipping period, not to exceed one year.
c. A statement of the composition of material
to be covered by the permit which should apply to a single material or group of
closely allied formulations of the material.
d. A statement of the approximate quantity to
e. A statement of the
nature of the proposed experimental program, including the type of pests or
organisms to be experimented with, the crops or animals for which the pesticide
is to be used, the areas where the program will be conducted, and the results
of previous tests, where necessary, to justify the quantity
f. The percentage of the
total quantity specified under subdivision 3 d of this subsection which will be
supplied without charge to the user.
g. A statement that the pesticide is intended
for experimental use only.
Proposed labeling, which must bear:
prominent statement "For experimental use only" on the container label and any
accompanying circular or other labeling,
(2) A warning or caution statement which may
be necessary and if complied with, adequate for the protection of those who may
handle or be exposed to the experimental substance,
(3) The name and address of the applicant for
(4) The name or
designation of the substance, and
If the pesticide is to be sold, a
statement of the names and percentages of the principal active ingredients in
If the shipper submits a copy of the valid experimental
permit and accepted labeling issued under the provisions of the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act, the commissioner may exempt the
shipper from submitting the data and information specified in subdivisions 3 e
through h of this subsection.