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Maryland Code, Agriculture § 9-206

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(a) Each container of treated agricultural, vegetable, herb, flower, tree, or shrub seeds which is sold, offered or exposed for sale, or transported in the State shall bear or have attached in a conspicuous place a plainly written or printed label or tag in the English language, giving the following information for any seed named and treated as defined in this subtitle:

(1) A word or statement indicating that the seed is treated;

(2) The commonly accepted, coined, chemical, or abbreviated chemical (generic) name of the applied substance;  and

(3) If the substance in the amount present with the seed is harmful to human or other vertebrate animals, a caution statement, such as “Do not use for food or feed or oil purposes”, the caution for mercurials and similarly toxic substances shall be a poison statement or symbol.

(b) A separate label containing the required information statement may be used.

(c) The statement may not be modified or denied in the labeling or on another label attached to the container.

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