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Web Apps by NPIC

NPIC is committed to making science-based information available to the public and professionals using appropriate and timely technologies. On this page, you will find our collection of web applications.

Web apps work within common desktop and mobile browsers such as Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Chrome. Simply visit the web page hyperlinked below to use the app whenever you like. Bookmark the app or this hub page for future use. This way, you'll never have to download updates. They will happen automatically.


Herbicide Properties Tool (HPT)
This collection of herbicide ingredient properties is presented with references as a decision-making aid. Decision-makers may need to compare herbicide active ingredients according to their water solubility, half-life, sorption potential, and other factors. These properties can help to predict an herbicide's movement through soil, water, and air. NPIC has made every effort to locate values for each herbicide, emphasizing EPA as a source of experimentally-derived data.

 
 
NPIC Product Research Online (NPRO)
This tool performs powerful product searches and is lightning quick! Search for pesticide products by name, EPA registration number, manufacturer, use site, active ingredient, pest, product type, formulation, signal word, or a combination of these. Refine previous searches using additional criteria and view individual product information in a simple format. See synonyms for active ingredients and follow them directly to EPA's ChemSearch related science and regulations. Product details and federal product labels can be bookmarked or shared.

 
 
Pesticide and Local Services (PALS)
A mobile-friendly app with one-tap dialing! Find pals in your state to help you 1) report pesticide incidents, 2) get pest control advice, 3) learn about area-wide pest control in your neighborhood, 4) get licensed to apply pesticides or contact pesticide law enforcement professionals, 5) determine whether pesticide poisonings are "reportable" in your state, 6) comply with occupational standards and select appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment), and 7) dispose of unwanted pesticides.
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If you have questions about this, or any pesticide-related topic, please call NPIC at 800-858-7378 (8:00am - 12:00pm PST), or email at npic@ace.orst.edu.

Last updated June 16, 2021

Related Topics:

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Repellents

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