IPM Notice 11/6/23
High School and Middle School beginning 11/9/23
NOTICE OF PESTICIDE APPLICATION
Date Posted November 6, 2023
For further information regarding this notice please contact the School IPM Coordinator:
Michael Mason Phone Number: 908-689-3143, ext. 1053
The following pesticides will be used at: Warren Hills Regional High School and Middle School
Pesticide Common Name
Pesticide Trade Name
EPA Registration Number
Momentum 4-Score Herbicide
The Office of Pesticide Programs of the United States Environmental Protection Agency has stated: “Where possible, persons who potentially are sensitive, such as pregnant women, infants, and children, should avoid any unnecessary pesticide exposure.”
Location of the pesticide application: Spray all common ground areas, including the MS & the lower softball fields at High School
Reason for the pesticide application: Broadleaf weed control
If an indoor application the date and time it is planned:
In the case of an outdoor application, 3 dates must be listed, in chronological order, on which the outdoor application may take place if the preceding date is canceled.
DATE November 9, 2023 DATE November 10, 2023 DATE November 11, 2023
Description of the possible adverse effects of the pesticides as per the Material Safety Data Sheets for the pesticides to be used, if available:
Pesticide(s) product-label instructions and precautions related to Public Safety:
Call poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. If in eyes: flush with plenty of water. Remove any contact lenses and continue flushing for at least 15 minutes. If swallowed: do not induce vomiting; do not give anything by mouth if unconscious. On skin or clothing: take off contaminated clothing; rinse skin immediately with water. If inhaled: move to fresh air in case of inhalation of vapors or decomposition products.
Do not enter application areas for at least 72 hours after application ends.
REMEMBER: Whenever a non-low impact pesticide is used on school property there is also a Restricted Entry Interval (REI) that begins when the pesticide applications ends. This Restricted Entry Interval lasts for seven hours unless the product label uses NUMERIC LANGUAGE, e.g., 4 hours or 12 hours; directing a longer or shorter period of time for Restricted Entry. If the product label does not discuss Restricted Entry, the period of time defaults to seven (7) hours.