2006 Ohio Revised Code - 907.45. Labeling requirements.

§ 907.45. Labeling requirements.
 

No person shall sell, offer for sale, barter, or exchange any seed or grain which has been treated with a poisonous material, or which has been admixed with other seed or grain so treated unless: 

(A) The container thereof, or invoice in case of bulk shipments, carries a label or statement in not less than eight-point type the words, "warning-poison treated-do not use for food, feed or oil purposes"; 

(B) It bears the common accepted coined, chemical, or abbreviated chemical (generic) name of the applied substance. 
 

HISTORY: 131 v 354. Eff 7-1-66.

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