Active Ingredients Eligible for Minimum Risk Pesticide Use: Overview of the Profiles
Baker, Brian P.; Grant, Jennifer A.
These profiles identify data that are available for the physical and chemical properties, human health assessment, environmental assessment, product performance, and standards and regulations that apply to the substance. The profiles are intended to help officials, practitioners, and the public to better understand the risks and benefits of the active ingredients in the minimum-risk pesticides. The profiles are informational only and any mention of a pesticide product should not be construed as an endorsement by either Cornell University or NYS DEC.
Please see in this collection: 2‐Phenethyl Propionate Profile, Castor Oil Profile, Cedarwood Oil Profile, Cinnamon & Cinnamon Oil Profile, Citric Acid Profile, Citronella & Citronella Oil Profile, Cloves & Clove Oil Profile, Corn Gluten Meal Profile, Corn Oil Profile, Cottonseed Oil Profile, Dried Blood Profile, Eugenol Profile, Garlic & Garlic Oil Profile, Geraniol Profile, Geranium Oil Profile, Lauryl Sulfate Profile, Lemongrass Oil Profile, Linseed Oil Profile, Malic Acid Profile, Mint and Mint Oil Profile, Peppermint & Peppermint Oil Profile, Potassium Sorbate Profile, Putrescent Whole Egg Solids Profile, Rosemary & Rosemary Oil Profile, Sesame & Sesame Oil Profile, Sodium Chloride Profile, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Profile, Soybean Oil Profile, Thyme & Thyme Oil Profile, White Pepper Profile, Zinc Profile
New York State IPM Program