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  • Directed Foliar Application via Spray Gun
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2013-05-21)
    Demonstration of manual ground application of a directed foliar spray using water.
  • Decontamination Kit - Towels
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-05-17)
    Single-use absorptive towels from a decontamination kit.
  • Decontamination Kit Contents
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-05-17)
    Components included in a decontamination kit. Includes written instructions and contents list in english and Spanish; 1.25 gallon potable water container with flow-restricting lid; bottle of sterile, buffered, isotonic eyewash; body soap; single-use towels; and one all-body coverall with foot covers.
  • Unreadable Label
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021)
    An old, unreadable pesticide label of a discontinued product from 1979. A label in this condition needs to be replaced if continued storage is desired.
  • Decontamination Kit - Towels
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-05-17)
    Single-use absorptive towels from a decontamination kit.
  • Model 785 John Bean Spray Gun
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2013-05-21)
    Model 785 John Bean Spray Gun used by arborists and forestry professionals. Can accommodate flow rates between 10-58 gallons per minute and allows for spray pattern adjustment by twisting the barrel.
  • Pesticide Products - Surflan ®
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2005)
    Plastic jug of Surflan®. The front of the container shows important label components such as: trade/brand name (Surflan®); ingredient statement (active ingredient: oryzalin (3,5-dinitro-N4,N4-dipropylsulfanilamide); net contents: 1 gallon; type of pesticide: herbicide; EPA Registration Number; Name of Manufacturer: Elanco; Signal Word: Caution; and Keep Out of Reach of Children (KOOROC) Statement.
  • Poison Transportation Placard
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021)
    Placard for Class 6 Poison required by U.S. Department of Transportation when transporting pesticides that have been classified as hazardous materials.
  • Truck Mounted Skid Sprayer
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2013-05-21)
    Truck mounted skid sprayer system for liquid ground applications.
  • Heavy Duty Spray Gun
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2013-05-21)
    Heavy duty spray gun attached to the hosing of a truck mounted skid spraying system.
  • Directed Foliar Application via Spray Gun
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2013-05-21)
    Demonstration of manual ground application of a directed foliar spray using water.
  • Capturing Nozzle Flow Rate
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2010-06-16)
    Nozzle flow rate is being captured using a liquid measuring container. A pressure gauge is installed above the nozzle.
  • SpotOn ® Sprayer Calibrator
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2010-06-16)
    SpotOn ® Sprayer Calibrator Model SC-4 being used to check nozzle flow rate. A pressure gauge is installed above the nozzle.
  • Spray Tip Assemblies
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2010-06-16)
    An assortment of nozzles with labeled bags for their assemblies. The first bag on the left contains various caps, gaskets, and screens. From left to right: the next column of bags contains XR TeeJet Extended Range Flat Spray Tips XR11002, XR11004, and XR11006; AIXR TeeJet Air Induction XR Flat Spray Tips AIXR11002, AIXR11004, and AIXR11006; Turbo TeeJet Wide Angle Flat Spray Tips TT11002, TT11004, and TT11006; FastCap HYPRO Ultra Lo-Drift Drift-Reducing, Dual-Air Eduction Spray Nozzles FC-ULD120-02, FC-ULD120-04, and FC-ULD120-06; and Turbo TwinJet Twin Flat Spray Tips TTJ60-11002, TTJ60-11004, and TTJ60-11006.
  • Spill Response Kit
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-05-17)
    Neon zipped bag reading "Spill response kit" used for hazardous materials cleanup.
  • SpotOn ® Sprayer Calibrator
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2010-06-16)
    SpotOn ® Sprayer Calibrator Model SC-1 being used to check nozzle flow rate. The calibration device provides readings in in L/min, oz/min, and gal/min.
  • Spray Tips
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2010-06-16)
    Five columns of spray tips in three sizes each. The first column contains XR TeeJet Extended Range Flat Spray Tips in Stainless Steel with VisiFlo color-coding: (top) yellow XR 11002 VS, (middle) red XR 11004 VS, and (bottom) gray XR 11006 VS. The second column contains Air Induction XR Flat Spray Tips in Polymer with VisiFlo color-coding: (top) yellow AIXR 11002, (middle) red AIXR 11004, and (bottom) gray AIXR 11002. The third column contains Turbo TeeJet Wide Angle Flat Spray Tips in Polymer with VisiFlo color-coding: (top) yellow TT 11002, (middle) red TT 11004, and (bottom) gray TT 11002. The fourth column contains HYPRO Ultra Lo-Drift Drift-Reducing, Dual-Air Eduction Spray Nozzles in Polymer with FastCap: (top) yellow FC-ULD120-02, (middle) red FC-ULD120-04, and (bottom) gray FC-ULD120-06. The fifth column contains Turbo TwinJet Twin Flat Spray Tips in Polymer with VisiFlo color-coding: (top) yellow TTJ60-1102, (middle) red TTJ60-1104, and (bottom) gray TTJ60-1102.
  • LD50 Demo Kit - Child Liquids
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-11-23)
    Glass jars from an LD50 Demo Kit that contains red dyed vegetable oil to represent a liquid formulated pesticide. These jars visually represent oral LD50 quantities for a 55 lb child. The jar on the left has an LD50 of 5000mg/kg which would have a signal word of Caution and is categorized as Slightly Toxic and Hazard Class III. The jar in the middle has an LD50 of 500mg/kg which would have a signal word of Warning/Aviso and is categorized as Moderately Toxic and Hazard Class II. The jar on the right has an LD50 of 50mg/kg which would have a signal word of Danger/Peligro and is categorized as Highly Toxic and Hazard Class I.
  • LD50 Demo Kit - Adult Solids
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-06-16)
    Glass jars from an LD50 Demo Kit that contains salt to represent a dry formulated pesticide. These jars visually represent oral LD50 quantities for a 160 lb adult. The jar on the left has an LD50 of 5000mg/kg which would have a signal word of Caution and is categorized as Slightly Toxic and Hazard Class III. The jar in the middle has an LD50 of 500mg/kg which would have a signal word of Warning/Aviso and is categorized as Moderately Toxic and Hazard Class II. The jar on the right has an LD50 of 50mg/kg which would have a signal word of Danger/Peligro and is categorized as Highly Toxic and Hazard Class I.
  • LD50 Demo Kit - Adult Solids
    (Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs, 2021-11-23)
    Glass jars from an LD50 Demo Kit that contains salt to represent a dry formulated pesticide. These jars visually represent oral LD50 quantities for a 160 lb adult. The jar on the left has an LD50 of 5000mg/kg which would have a signal word of Caution and is categorized as Slightly Toxic and Hazard Class III. The jar in the middle has an LD50 of 500mg/kg which would have a signal word of Warning/Aviso and is categorized as Moderately Toxic and Hazard Class II. The jar on the right has an LD50 of 50mg/kg which would have a signal word of Danger/Peligro and is categorized as Highly Toxic and Hazard Class I.