||Sprays, foggers, or foam sold in pressurized containers.
||Slug/snail baits, rodent baits, ant/cockroach baits, and most homeowner termite products.
||Includes paints, salves, skin lotions, animal dips, and gels.
||Includes cattle ear tags, metering devices, traps, electronic devices, dispensers (not impregnated material), and tree injectors.
||Powders applied to crops or sites in dry form. Also, includes tracking powders and flea powders.
||Feed or mineral additives for livestock food. Includes such items as insecticides added to poultry feed to control insects in manure.
||Weed and feed products, where a herbicide is mixed with a fertilizer. Includes protect-and-feed products, such as insecticides and fungicides.
||A wettable powder suspended in liquid or oil.
||Gas, vapor, or smoke intended to destroy pests.
||A liquid that produces a gas, vapor, or smoke to destroy pests.
||A solid that produces a gas, vapor, or smoke to destroy pests. Includes crystals, pellets, tablets, and mothballs and/or cakes.
||Used with PIP
||Includes crystals, pellets, and tablets.
||Includes no-pest strips, treated shelf paper, pet collars, cattle bolus, towelettes, zinc roof cap, pre-packaged treated bird food, and pheromone dispensers.
||Includes concentrates, emulsive concentrates, soluble concentrates, ULV (ultra low volume) formulations, oil combined with other active ingredients, and solutions.
||The sole active ingredient.
||Includes formulations used as a slow release spray.
||Citronella candles, smoke bombs, and coils.
||Includes insecticide soaps and shampoos.
||Products packaged in water-soluble bags or packets.
||A dry form of wettable or soluble powder or water dispersible granules, including dry flowables.
||Includes fly paper and similar adhesive surfaces.