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Using Pesticides Safely Around the Home

Pet owners washing their dogs with flea and tick shampoo; custodians scrubbing bathroom fixtures with mold and mildew removal agents; lawn enthusiasts applying granular crabgrass preventers. What do all of these people have in common? They are using pesticides.

To some, pesticides are used only to control insects, but this isn’t exactly true. Pesticides include any products that kill or repel pests. Pests include not only insects, but also certain animals, weedy plants, mildews, molds, bacteria and others. Therefore, products designed for use as disinfec- tants, toilet bowl cleaners, insect foggers and even pet flea collars are considered to be pesticides.

If you are unsure whether a particular product is a pesticide, check the package label for the Environmental Protection Agency registration number. The first set of numbers identifies the product’s manufacturer, while the second set identifies the specific pesticide. Pesticides can help us live better by protecting our health, improving our landscapes and keeping our living spaces clean. Yet, when used carelessly, they can pose a danger.

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