Notification of the Use of Pesticides

(This notice should be received at least 72 hours prior to pesticide use)


Date Issued:   5-8-17


To: Parents/guardians of students, and staff of Red Bank Regional High School


From: The School IPM Coordinator:            Manuel Pabon Phone Number: 732.245.9148


This notice is to advise you that the following pesticides will be used at Red Bank Regional High School


Pesticide Common Name


Pesticide Trade Name

Barricade 4fl herbicide

EPA Registration Number


Pesticide Common Name trimec

Pesticide Trade Name trimec incore broadleaf herbicide

EPA Registration Number



Location of the pesticide application:         school athletic fields             


Reason for the pesticide application:          to control broadleaf weeds and crabgrass                                


If an indoor application, the date and time it is planned: 




If 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; and the time the application is scheduled to occur.


DATE / TIME____5-26-17  after 9am____ DATE / TIME______5-27-17 after 9am________ DATE / TIME 5-28-17 after 9am



Description of the possible adverse effects of the pesticides as per the Material Safety Data Sheets for the pesticides to be used, if available:

__________________________harmful if swallowed, absorbed through skin, or inhaled corrosive to eyes and skin do not ingest


Pesticide product label instructions and precautions related to Public Safety. __do not enter treated area for a minimum of 12 hours, where protective clothing when applying_

Note: as required by law, we are advising you of the following statement:

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.”


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 application ends.  This Restricted Entry Interval last for seven hours unless the product label uses NUMERIC LANGUAGE, e.g., 4hours or 12 hours; directing a longer or shorter period of time.  If the product label does not discuss Restricted Entry the period of time defaults to seven (7) hours.