Use the tips below to help you search the database more successfully.
If you are having trouble finding the information you're searching for, try these tips first.
I searched by EPA registration number and didn't find the right product. What went wrong?
I searched by product name and got too many results. How can I narrow the list?
Many products contain similar words and phrases such as 'green' or 'grub control.' To narrow your search:
I searched by product name but didn't find the product I'm searching for.
First, check your spelling. Product names can sometimes have an odd spelling, for example Miracle-Gro. If that doesn't solve your problem, try these tips to get more results.
The active ingredient I'm looking for is not in the list.
Multiple chemical names. Some chemicals have multiple chemical names, for example methanearsonic acid and calcium acid methanearsonate. The active ingredient you're searching for may be listed under a different name. If you have product information, such as the name of a product containing the ingredient, do a search by the product name instead. The active ingredients will be listed for you.
Not registered in NYS. It's also possible that the active ingredient you're searching for is not contained in any turf pesticide product currently or formerly registered for use in New York State. The database only includes active ingredients found in products that are or have been registered for use in New York State.
Why are there so many categories? Can't you combine them?
Cancer risk categories reflect four different systems for evaluating cancer risk that have emerged over time due to improvements in scientific methods. These systems are designated by the years: 1986, 1996, 1999, and 2005.
Because these systems used different scientific methods, they cannot be combined into one comprehensive categorization system.
Users are encouraged to review the page: Interpreting Cancer Risk for a complete explanation of EPA cancer risk categories and other information.