CORE MANUAL PLANNING 10

  1. 1. Determining when to apply a pesticide includes considering the:

    Life cycle of the pest and weather conditions.

    Percent active ingredient

    Need for additives or adjuvants.
    A. Life cycle of the pest and weather
  2. 2. The “Directions for Use” section of a pesticide label indicates the:

    Various crops or areas on which the
    pesticide may be legally used.

    Disposal of pesticide waste.

    Environmental, physical, and chemical
    hazards.
    A. Various crops or areas on which the pesticide may be legally used.
  3. 3. When two or more pesticides mixed together form a putty or paste, separate into layers, or look like cottage cheese, it is an example of:

    Limited agitation.

    Chemical incompatibility.

    Physical incompatibility.
    C. Physical incompatibility.
  4. 4. After filling a tank one-fifth to one-half full
    with carrier, what is the usual order for tank
    mixing the remaining products?

    suspension, emulsion, solution, surfactants, compatibility agent.

    compatibility agent, suspension, solution, surfactants, emulsion.

    surfactant, suspension, emulsion, solution, compatibility agent.
    B. compatibility agent, suspension, solution, surfactants, emulsion.
  5. 5. Which statement about the proper technique for opening pesticide containers is true?

    Put on the appropriate PPE after the containers have been opened.

    Use a sharp knife or scissors to open paper or cardboard containers.

    Leave the container open until you have finished mixing pesticides for the day.
    B. Use a sharp knife or scissors to open paper or cardboard containers.
  6. 6. Which statement about measuring and/or transferring pesticides is true?

    Metal measuring utensils are recommended over plastic.

    Most dusts, powders, and dry formulations are measured by volume.

    After adding the pesticide to the partially filled spray tank, rinse the measuring container and pour the rinse solution into the tank.
    C. After adding the pesticide to the partially filled spray tank, rinse the measuring container and pour the rinse solution into the tank.
  7. 7. Which statement about cleaning and disposing
    of pesticide containers is true?

    Do not puncture rinsed pesticide containers.

    Pesticide containers that cannot be recycled or returned to the manufacturer should be reused.

    Containers must be disposed of in accordance with label directions and current regulations.
    C. Containers must be disposed of in accordance with label directions and current regulations.
  8. 8. Which statement about triple-rinsing and pressure-rinsing pesticide containers is true?

    Triple rinsing is a more effective method than pressure rinsing.

    All containers must be either triple-rinsed or pressure-rinsed.

    Rinsate from triple rinsing or pressure rinsing may be stored for later use.
    C. Rinsate from triple rinsing or pressure rinsing may be stored for later use.
  9. 9. Which statement about pesticide rinsates is true?

    Rinsates may be applied to labeled target sites at or below labeled rates.

    Rinsates containing strong cleaning agents may be reused in pesticide mixtures.

    The amount of pesticide in the rinsate plus the amount of pesticide product in the new mixture may exceed the label rate for the target site.
    A. Rinsates may be applied to labeled target sites at or below labeled rates.
  10. 10. Which statement about pesticide equipment cleanup is false?

    Sprayers should be thoroughly rinsed with a water detergent solution for several minutes.

    When getting ready to store your sprayer, add some lightweight oil to the tank before the final flushing.

    Leftover pesticide residue in the spray tank is permitted when changing products.
    C. Leftover pesticide residue in the spray tank is permitted when changing products.
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CORE MANUAL PLANNING 10
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CORE MANUAL PLANNING 10
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