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Turf/Ornamental Consumer Information Notice

GreenScenes – Jason Uebelacker  |  1740 2nd Street, Thorofare, NJ  08086  |  609-217-7876


Dear Customer:

As of November 19, 2001, the New Jersey DEP Pesticide Control Program instituted a new program that requires us to provide customers with information about the pesticides we will be using as part of the pest control program for your property. This CONSUMER INFORMATION NOTIFICATION provides you with this information. This CIN lists any label precautions for the pesticide(s) listed below that you should be aware of. You should also be aware that you may request notification of the exact date(s) of any pesticide application, and a copy of the label for each pesticide that will be used.





  • Bag/disperse lawn clippings – do not leave in clumps or piles.


  • Keep pets & people off lawn until spray applications have dried.


  • Limit lawn usage for 72 hours after treatment.


  • Wash face & hands if you come in contact with chemical or treated grass.



If applications are made to ornamentals or turf, at least one sign will be placed on your property that says PESTICIDE TREATED AREA and contains the international signage For KEEP OFF THE GRASS. We are required to do this by regulation. The sign(s) must be in place at the start of the application and may be removed after 72 hours. To help keep the cost of this new program at a minimum, we are requesting that our customers be responsible for removing the sign(s) no sooner than 72 hours following each pesticide application.  We would appreciate it if you would do so.


We are also required to provide the following phone numbers for your use in the event you have any health related questions concerning the materials that we will be using:

National Pesticide Telecommunications Network (General Questions)
1 (800) 858-7378


New Jersey Poison Information & Education System (Emergencies)
1 (800) 222-1222


New Jersey DEP Pesticide Control Program
(609) 984-6507

(This number is for pesticide regulations information, complaints & health referrals,)


Sanitation, as well as physical and biological control measures, should be considered as another part of a good pest control program. Pesticides may be used as another part of a good pest control program.  Pesticides are substances used to control living organisms and vary in degree of toxicity.

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