St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
Explains proper rinsing procedures for pesticide containers. Pesticide containers must be rinsed in order to comply with state and federal law, as well as to protect people, animals, plants, soil, and ground water from contamination.
Herzfeld, D., Halbach, T., Hansen, R., Palmer, L. 1993. Rinsing Pesticide Containers. University of Minnesota Extension Service Fact Sheet AG-FS-3771-A.
Clean Water, You Can Make A Difference
University of Minnesota Extension Service.
Herzfeld, Dean; Halbach, Thomas R.; Hansen, Rick; Palmer, Larry.
Rinsing Pesticide Containers.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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