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KENTUCKY
ECONOMIC POISONS
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CABBAGE LOOPER
Moth and Caterpillar
‘ University of Kentucky
A College of Agriculture
Agricultural Experiment Station
Lexington

 
 DIVISION OF REGULATORY SERVICES
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Bruce Poundstone, Director
Paul R. Caudill, Assistant Director
W. J. Huffman, Coordinator
Fertilizer & Pesticide Programs
Neville Hulette, Auditor
FIELD STAFF
Joe B. Brown E. Hugh Ray
Ben W. Cox Wilson M. Routt Claude E. Hensley
Eugene Vanderpool Wallace L. King Elmer Cottongim
William K. Robertson Samuel D. Whitehead
LABORATORY STAFF
Valva C. Midkiff, Chief Chemist
and Coordinator Chemical Laboratories
John T. Adair Judy Dombrowski
*Barbara Anderson John A. Shrader (Microscopist) Norma Holbrook
Elizabeth Brown Robert N. Price
Sue Witt
*Resigned October 1970
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This report compiled and prepared by Bruce Poundstone and W. J. Huffman
· Analytical data by Laboratory Staff

 
 CONTENTS
Companies Represented by Samples Reported in This Bulletin ---—--- 6
Introduction —-—-------------—------------—--—-------------—---—-- 9
Labeling Requirements ----—----—-----------—----—-----—----------— 9
Field Inspection --------—-----—-----—------—-----—------—----—-—- 9
Pesticide—Ferti1izer Mixtures -----------------—------------------ 9
Explanation of Tables -—----——--------—------—---------·-------—-- 10
Analyses of Products Containing Aldrin ------------—---—---------- ll
Analyses of Products Containing Atrazine -—-----—-—----—--—--——-—- ll
Analyses of Products Containing Carbaryl -------——-—------------—- 11
Analyses of Products Containing Ciodrin ------------—---------—--- 13
Analyses of Products Containing DDVP -——--—--—---—-—-—-—-----——--- 13
Analyses of Products Containing Diazinon -—---------------—--——--- 1Q
Analyses of Products Containing Dieldrin --------------------——--- 14
Analyses of Products Containing Endosulfan ----—---—-----------—-- 14
Analyses of Products Containing Malathion -------------—----—----- 15
Analyses of Products Containing Maliec Hydrozide ----—---------—-- 15
Analyses of Products Containing Methoxychlor —-------------------- 16
Analyses of Products Containing Paraquat -----—-------—-——--—--—-- 17
Analyses of Products Containing Methyl Parathion -—---------——--—— 17
Analyses of Products Containing Parathion -——--—-——---------—----- 18
Analyses of Rat Baits ------------------—---------—------—-——--—-- 18
Analyses of Products Containing Fumarin ------·-----———~—---- 18
Analyses of Products Containing Pival ------------—--——------ 18
Analyses of Products Containing Prolin —---—-—----------——--— 19
Analyses of Products Containing warfarin ----—--------——--·—— 22
Analyses of Products Containing Rotenone -------—-·-—-----——--—--- 23
Analyses of Products Containing Sodium Hypochlorite --—-----—---—- 23
Analyses of Products Containing Toxaphene ----------------—---—--- 25
Analyses of Products Containing Mixtures of Pesticides -----—----- 26
Analyses of Aldrin in Fertilizer -------—-—-------—------—--—----- 29
NOTE - The cover picture is a slightly enlarged drawing of the
Eyed Cabbage Looper and Caterpillar.

 6 REGULATORY BULLETIN 208
COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN
Ag Supply Company Wm. Cooper & Nephews, Inc.
Industrial Drive 1909 North Clifton
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240 Chicago, Illinois 60614
Allied Mills, Inc. Crystal Chemical Company
P. 0. Box 459 1525 N. Post Oak Road
Libertyville, Illinois 60048 Houston, Texas 77055
Anchor Serum Company The D—Con Company, Inc.
2621 Belt Highway 90 Park Avenue
St. Joseph, Missouri 64502 New York, New York 10016
The Ansul Company DeLava1 Separator Company
One Stanton Street 350 Dutchess Turnpike
Marinette, Wisconsin 54143 Poughkeepsie, New York 12602
Bacon Products, Inc. Diversey Chemical Company
Box 8127 212 W. Monroe Street
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37411 Chicago, Illinois 60606
Black Leaf Products E. I. DuPont De Nemours & Company
6147 North Broadway 6054 DuPont Building
Chicago, Illinois 60626 Wilmington, Delaware 19898
Blue Chemical Company Economics Laboratories
Box 305 Osborn Building
Harner, North Carolina 27529 St. Paul, Minnesota
Borden, Inc., Chemical Div. Everlab Company, Inc.
P. O. Box 419 11636 Administration
Norfolk, Virginia 23501 St. Louis, Missouri 63141
The Bourbon Company E-Z Flo Chemical Company
P. 0. Box 466 Div. Grower Service Corporation
Lexington, Kentucky 40501 P. 0. Box 808
Lansing, Michigan 48903
Burnett Tractor Company
Route 4 Fairmont Chemical Company
Fulton, Kentucky 42041 117 Blanchard Street
Newark, New Jersey 07105
Camp Chemical Company, Inc.
Second Avenue & 13th Farmland Industries
Brooklyn, New York 11215 3315 N. Oak Trafficway
Kansas City, Missouri 64116
C & M Marketing Company
Box 4032, Maple Sta. Farnam Companies, Inc.
Dearborn, Michigan 48126 Box 2151
Phoenix, Arizona 85001
Central Soya Feed Division
300 Ft. Wayne Bank Building Frazier Supply Company, Inc.
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802 505 West Main Street
Glasgow, Kentucky 42141
Chevron Chemical Company
940 Hensley Street Frontier Chemicals, Inc.
Richmond, California 94804 119 E. Sopert Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63111

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 7
_ COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN (Cont'd.)
Geigy Agricultural Chemicals Louisville Chemical Company
Ardsley, New York 10502 601 E. Jefferson Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
Globe Laboratories
Division of Cha. Pfizer & C0. Mariah Rodenticide Company, Inc.
P. 0. Box 4309 RED 1 Hi-Way 41 N.
Fort worth, Texas 76101 Vincennes, Indiana 47591
Good-Life Chemical, Inc. McCormick & Company, Inc.
Good-Life Drive 11350 McCormick Road
Effingham, Illinois 62401 Cockeysville, Maryland 21030
W. R, Grace & Company Meyer-Blanke Company
Agri. Chemical Group 5432 Highland Park Drive
100 N. Main Street St. Louis, Missouri 63110
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
Niagara Chemical Division
Hat—Ra Chemical Company FMC Corporation
1100 N. Adams Street 201 Lovejoy Avenue
Henderson, Kentucky 42420 South Haven, Michigan 49090
Hess & Clark Novel Wash Company
7th & Orange Streets 4045 Garfield Avenue
Ashland, Ohio 44805 St. Louis, Missouri 63113
Indiana Farm Bureau Coop. Ass'n. Pennwalt Chemical Corporation
47 S. Pennsylvania 3 Parkway
Indianopolis, Indiana 46204 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. Chas. Pfizer & Company, Inc.
1525 Howe Street 235 East 42nd Street
Racine, Wisconsin 53403 New York, New York 10017
Jones Chemicals, Inc. Perk Products Company
100 Sunny Sol. Blvd. 1338 Lewis Street
Caledonia, N. Y. 14423 Nashville, Tennessee 37210
Carl Kaster The Piper Company, Inc.
516 West Main Street 2152 Yale Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40202 St. Louis, Missouri 63143
Lamb Products Company Ralston Purian Company
Box 2741 - Arcade Station 835 S. Eighth Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37219 St. Louis, Missouri 63199
LeGear Laboratories, Inc. Rigo Manufacturing Company
4161 Beck Avenue 638 Benton Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63116 Nashville, Tennessee 37202
Lehigh Chemical Company I. D. Russell Company Laboratories
3511 Grade Lane 2463 Harrison Box 1
Louisville, Kentucky 40214 Kansas City, Missouri 64141
Louisiana Fortifying & Mixing Plant Senoret Chemical Company
Meyer & Fairmount 631 Leffingwell Avenue
Abbeville, Louisiana 70510 St. Louis, Missouri 63122

 8 REGULATORY BULLETIN 208
COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN (C0nt'd.)
Sep—Ko Chemicals, Inc. Uniroyal Chemical Division
3900 Jackson Street N. E. Amity Road
Minneapolis, Minnesota 5542l Bethany, Connecticut 06526
Shell Chemical Company United Cooperatives, Inc.
2401 grow Canyon Rggd lll Glamorgan Street
Sun Ramon, California 94583 Alliance, OhiO 4460l
Starbar Inc. Division USS Agri-Chemicals, Inc.
Thuron Industries Inc. Box 1685
l2200 Denton Drive Atlanta, Georgia 30301
Dallas, Texas 75234
Vineland Laboratories, Inc.
Stauffer Chemical Company Vineland, New Jersey 08360
P. O. Box 10
Dayton, New Jersey 08810 West Chemical Products, Inc.
42 West Street
Tobacco States Chemical Company Long Island City, New York lll04
P. 0. Box 479
Lexington, Kentucky 40501 Woolfolk Chemical Works, Ltd.
East Main Street
Union Carbide Corporation Fort Valley, Georgia 31030
270 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10017

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 9
INTRODUCTION
During the period January l through December 31, 1970, 270 pesticide samples
cre analyzed.
LABELING REQUIREM NTS V
Chemicals that require registration under the Kentucky Economic Poisons Law
must bear a label stating directions for use, which, if complied with, are con~
sidercd adequate for the protection of the public. With few exceptions, the label
must contain a warning or caution statement, designed to prevent injury to man
and other vertebrate animals, vegetation, or other useful living things. The
front or display side of the label should also bear the statmnent “Keep Out Of
Reach Of Children." If the product is shipped in interstate commerce, the label
should bear the Federal registration number.
The label of the product must also contain a guaranteed analysis which shows
either the name and percentage of each active ingredient together with the total
percentage of the inert ingredients, or the names of each active ingredient in the
descending order of their percentages together with the name of each and the total
percentage of the inert ingredients. The ingredient statement of any product may
be of either form except in the case of compounds, which are highly toxic to man.
The ingredient statement for products containing highly toxic compounds must list
the name and percentage of each active ingredient. Highly toxic materials may
also he required to be colored or discolored for the protection of the public
health.
The label provides the public with information on the uses of and the precau—
tions to be taken in using all economic poisons sold in Kentucky. The name and
address of the manufacturer or distributor, the net weight or measure of the con-
tents of any package or bottle, and the brand or trademark under which the product
is sold must appear on the label.
FIELD INSPECTION
In order to adequately enforce thc provision of the act, field inspectors
are authorized to collect samples of economic poisons and devices and to enter
any car, warehouse, store, etc. supposed to contain economic poisons or devices,
for the purpose of inspection or sampling. They are also authorized to issue
and enforce a written or printed stop sale or removal order on a lot of economic
poison when the material being offered for sale is in violation of any of the
provisions of the Kentucky Economic Poisons Law. They are authorized to hold Lhis
material at a designated place.
Field inspectors are in a position to explain the various aspects of the
Kentucky Economic Poisons Law so that dealers and users of pesticide products
will have an understanding of this act.
PKSTIClDE~FKRTILIZER HIXTURFS
An important group of specialty products are the products in which an insec-
ticide, herbicide, or rther eccncmic poison is incorporated into a fertilizer.
Because of the nature of these products, special regulatirns are employed in their
registration. Tor example, an insecticide incorporated into a fertilizer is manu»
factored usually to he applied to the ground and, therefore, will oe effective
cnly against certain soil-inhabiting pests. Another inherent restriction in thc
use of these products may he in the method or in the tire of application oi either
of the component parts of the product.

 10 REGULATORY BULLETIN 208 -
EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The following tables are compiled by active ingredient. Manufacturers are
listed alphabetically above their respective products. The examinations reported
are official samples of pesticide products offered for sale in Kentucky.
Of the samples reported, 125 samples were found to be deficient in one or
more of the active ingredients guaranteed. Seventeen products were not registered
when the sample was taken, and three samples were mislabeled.
The symbols in the right hand column of each table except pesticide-fertilizer
mixtures have the following meaning:
P (Passed) denotes the amount of active ingredient found was not
significantly at variance from the amount guaranteed.
D (Deficient) denotes the amount of active ingredient found was
significantly below the amount guaranteed.
X (Not registered) denotes the product was not registered in Ken-
tucky at the time the sample was taken.
M (Mislabeled) denotes the product did not meet the label require-
ments in all respects.

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 11
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING ALDRIN
Registrant Aldrin
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
E-Z FLO CHEMICAL COMPANY
20% Granular Aldrin 20.00 19.50 P
W. R. GRACE & COMPANY '
NACO Aldrin 4-EF i+2.A2 51.20 P
SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY
Aldrin 20% Granules 20.00 20.90 P
Do 20.00 19.50 P
D0 20.00 19.30 P
Do 20.00 20.60 P
D0 20.00 20.40 P
D0 20.00 19.90 P
USS AGRI-CHEMICALS INC.
Armargard Aldrin 207, Granules 20.00 18.30 _Q
 
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING ATRAZINE
 
Registrant Atrazine
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
GEIGY CHEMICAL CORPORATION
AAtrex QL 40.80 45.00 P
 
ANALYSES 0F PRODUCTS CONTAINING CARBARYL
 
Registrant Carbaryl
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
"AG" SUPPLY COMPANY
Sevin·-5-Dust 5.00 4.76 P
Do 5.00 Zo.87 P
BLUE CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
Thor Brand SZ Sevin Dust 5.00 !¢.3i• P
BORDEN CHEMICAL DIV. BORDEN INC.
NUTR0 Insect Killer with Sevin 50.00 50.60 P

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ANALYSUS OF PRODUCTS CON'1`AlNlNG CIODRIIQ
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$11151.1. C111;ZMI(IAL COi~11’ANY V
SQ'. Ciudrin 3.00 2.80 1’
Du 3.00 2.80 P
Dm 3.00 2.60 P
IJ0 3.00 2.90 P
D0 3.00 2.80 P
l?NI`1`1iIJ (IOO1’1i1{A'1’IV1iS, INC.
Unicc 1/ (j1m1rin insecticide 1.00 1.20 1*
Dm 1.00 1.10 1’
1)1» 1.00 1.i•0 P
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1 0.51 1’
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Thiodau Tobacco Spray 24.00 23.90 P
Do 24.00 24.80 P
Do 24.00 24.30 P
Do 24.00 23.80 P `
Du 24.00 24.20 P
E-Z FLO CHEMICAL COMPANY
Thimlan 2 EC 24.00 25.50 P
Du 24.00 25.60 P
Un 24.00 24.60 P
}iI;\¢i;\R.·\ CEIEMICAL DIV. FMC CORP.
Thindan Misuilxlo Insecticide 24.00 25.30 P

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 15
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING ENDOSULFAN (Cont'd.)
 
Registrant Endosulfan
Product Guarantee Found
`Z. Z Remarks
TOBACCO STATES CHEMICAL COM.PANY INC,
Tobacco States Thiodan 2 E. C. 24.00 24.20 P
Dc 24.00 23.40 P
D0 24.00 23.80 P .
UNITED COOPERATIVES, INC,
Unico Thiodan E. C. 22.80 23.10 P
D0 22.80 24.00 P
WOOLFOLK CHEMICAL WORKS, LTD.
Security Thiodan E. C. 22.30 22.80 P
5 ANALYSES OF PROUDCTS CONTAINING MALATHION
Registrant Malathion
Product Guarantee Found
% Z Remarks
ALLIED MILLS INC.
Wayne Malathion Dust 4.00 3.70 P
E-Z FL0 CHEMICAL COMPANY
E-Z F10 Malathion 5 E Emulsifiable 56.50 54.00 _Q
RICO MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Kill-Ko Cythion Premium Grade Malathion 50.00 55.20 P
TOBACCO STATES CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
Tobacco States 50% Malathion E. C. 50.00 51.00 P
UNITED COOPERATIVES INC.
Unico Malathion Spray Dust 25.00 18.80 D
WOOLFOLK CHEMICAL WORKS, LTD.
Security 5% Malathion Dust 5.00 4.50 P
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING MALIEC HYDRAZIDE
Registrant Malice Hydrazidc
Product Guarantee Found
  'Z Romarks
'1`HE ANSUL COMPANY
Super Sucker-·Stu££ 20.00 20.00 P

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ANALYSIES O1` PROI)L‘Ll'lS CON'fAINII~!G }!I§'L`\lOXY(ZE{I,O1l (t1nnL'd.)
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THE FARNA}1 COI-IPANY
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 22 REGULATORY BULLETIN 208
RAT BAITS (C0nt'd.)
(PRODUCTS CONTAINING FUMARIN, PIVAL, PROLIN, NARFARIN) ~
Registrant Prolin
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
UNITED COOPERATIVES, INC. (Cont'd.)
Unico Prolin Rat & Mouse Killer
warfarin 0.025 0.028 P '
Sulfaquinoxaline 0.025 0.032 P
D0
Do 0.025 0.031 P
Do 0.025 0.029 P I
Do
D0 0.025 0.034 P
Do 0.025 0.031 P
Do
Do 0.025 0.026 P
D0 0.025 0.033 P
Do
D0 0.025 0.028 P
D0 0.025 0.030 P
VINELAND LABORATORIES, INC.
warfet
warfarin 0.025 0.021 P
Sulfaquinoxaline 0.025 0.030 P
Registrant warfarin
Product Guarantee Found `
Z Z Remarks
D-CON COMPANY, INC.
D-Con Pellets 0.025 0.026 P
Do 0.025 0.025 P
l)—Con warficide 0.127 0.105 P
l-`RASIER SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
Rat; 6. Mouse Killer 0.025 0.009 Q
NESS 6. CLARK, DIV. OF RICllARDSON-PIERRELL INC.
warfarat Crumblcs 0.025 0.021 P
INDIANA FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOC. , INC.
Co-op Rat and Mouse Killer 0.025 0.022 P
LEHIGR CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
Expel Kills Rats 6; Mice 0.025 0.020 P
PERK'S PRODUCTS COMPANY
Perk's Rat Bait 0.025 0.027 P

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 23
RAT BAITS (Cont'd.)
(PRODUCTS CONTAINING FUMARIN, PIVAL, PROLIN, WARFARIN)
 
Registrant warfarin
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
RIG0 MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Kill-Ko Mouse 6. Rat Bait 0.038 0.030 P
W SENORET CHEMICAL COMPANY A
Teno Mouse 6. Rat Killer 0.025 0.019 Q
STARBAR, INC. DIV. 0F THURON INDUSTRIES, INC.
Starbar Trax Rat 6. Mouse Bait 0.025 0.017 lg
 
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING ROTENONE
 
Registrant Rotenone
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
BLACK LEAF PRODUCTS COMPANY
Black Leaf 1Z Rotenone Garden Dust 1.00 1.06 P
D0 1.00 0.74 DK
THE BOURBON COMPANY
Kylex Flea Powder 1.00 0.82 P
Do 1.00 0.62 _D_
HESS 6. CLARK DIVISION OF RICHARDSON-MERRELL, INC.
Hess 6. Clark Louse Killer 0.50 0.52 P
MCCORMICK & COMPANY, INC.
Bee Brand Flea Killer 1.00 0.82 P
TOBACCO STATES CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC.
Rotenone .75Z Garden Dust 0.75 0.51 D
lZ Rotenone Garden Dust 1.00 0.95 P
Do 1.00 1.19 P
Cattle Grub Dust 1.50 1./+1 P
 
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE
 
 
Registrant Sodium Hygochlorite
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
BURNETT TRACTOR COMPANY
Sodium Hypochlorite Solution 8.00 7.50 P

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 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 25
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE (C0nt'd.)
 
 
Registrant Sodium Hygochlorite
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
 
NOVEL WASH COMPANY INC.
Novel wash Bleach 5.25 5.21 P
, SEP—K0 CHEMICALS
Monoklor Sanitizing Solution 6.40 5.lO Q -
Do 6.40 5.45 Q
Do 6.40 3.15 Q
WEST CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
Liquid Chlorine 8.00 0.99 Q
 
e ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING TOXAPHENE
 
 
Registrant Toxaghene
Product Guarantee Found
Z X Remarks
 
"AG" SUPPLY COMPANY
Toxaphenc Emulsion 59.00 59.50 P
BORDEN CHEMICAL DIVISION, EORDEN INC.
Toxaphenc 6 Lb. 60.00 60.00 P
CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY
Ortho Toxaphene 6 Emulsive 58.00 58.40 P
Do 58.00 60.00 P
E-Z FLO CHEMICAL COMPANY
'1`oxaphcnc EC 59.00 60.80 P
N. R. GRACE 6. COMPANY
Toxapheno 6 EC 59.30 58.90 P
STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY
Stauffcr Toxaphene 6-EH 58.90 61.00 P
UNITED COOPERATIVES INC.
Toxaphene Livestock Spray Concentrate 59.00 60.00 P
D0 59.00 59.30 P
WOOLFOLK CHEMICAL WORKS, LTD.
Security Toxaphenu 207Q Dust 20.00 18.60 Q
 

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26 REGULATORY BULLETIN 208
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING MIXTURES OF PESTICIDES
 
Registrant
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
"AG" SUPPLY COMPANY
"Ag" Triple Action Vegetable Dust
Carbaryl 2.00 1.92 P
Rotencne 1.00 trace D
Zineb 5.00 4.50 P
D0
Du 2.00 2.63 P
Do 1.00 0.94 P
Do 5.00 4.90 P
ANCHOR SERUM COMPANY
Anchor Dairy Dust
Malathion 4.00 4.00 X
Mcthoxychlcr 5.00 5.50 X
BORDEN CHEMICAL DIVISION, BORDEN INC.
Smith-Douglass Thiodan-Malathicn 1-1 EC
Endosulfan 12.42 12.00 P
Malathion 12.42 14.10 P
D0
D0 12.42 12.40 P
Do 12.42 14.70 P
Do
Do 12.42 12.60 P
D0 12.42 14.50 P
E-Z FLO CHEMICAL COMPANY
Alfalfa Weevil Spray
Malathion 23.37 23.30 P
Methoxychlor 25.90 25.80 P
CEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS
Gcigy Alfa-Tox .
Dlazinon 10.00 10.90 P
Methoxychlcr 20.00 19.00 P
Do
Do 10.00 11.50 P
D0 20.00 20.70 P
D0
Do 10.00 10.20 P
D0 20.00 20.60 P
D0
D0 10.00 10.20 P
D0 20.00 20.30 P
Do
D0 10.00 10.50 P
Do 20.00 20.30 P
GLOBE LABORATORIES DIV. CHAS. PFIZER & C0. , INC.
Globe Dairy Cattle Dust
Malathion 4.00 3.10 D
Hethoxychlor 5.00 5.30 P

 KENTUCKY ECONOMIC POISONS REPORT, 1970 27
ANALYSES OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING MIXTURES OF PESTICIDES (Cont'd.)
 
Registrant
Product Guarantee Found
Z Z Remarks
W. R. GRACE & COMPANY
Naco Malathion-Methoxychlor-2-2 EC
Malathion 22.73 24.10 P
Methoxychlcr 22.73 22.90 P
LEGEAR LABORATORIES
V Back Rubber Concentrate & Liquid Grub Killer
Rotenone 5.00 5.90 X 3
Other Cube Ex