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Canadian Pesticide Label search App is launched

Screen shot of the Pesticide Label app on a smartphone
Screen shot of the Pesticide Label
app on a smartphone.

Health Canada has released a new pesticide label search tool for mobile devices. The app, Pesticide Labels,  is available via Apple’s iTunes App Store, Google Play and from Amazon Apps.

Health Canada provides several recommendations regarding how best to search the app for pesticide labels. The app also allows users to save downloaded labels onto their mobile device, so growers can carry the labels with them even when they are out of cellular range.

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