(A) Each application for registration of an agricultural additive shall be accompanied by a registration fee of fifty dollars. Application shall be made on a form supplied by the director of agriculture and shall include:
(1) The name and address of the registrant;
(2) The additive's brand name;
(3) The purpose or proposed use of the additive;
(4) Directions for the additive's use;
(5) The results or effects that can be expected when the additive is used as directed;
(6) Evidence that the additive has been tested for efficacy in the laboratory and in the field, information describing the test methodology used, and a description of the test results;
(7) A guaranteed analysis of:
(a) If a chemical product, the name and percentage of each active and inert ingredient;
(b) If a microbiological product, the number and kind of viable microorganisms per milliliter or, if the product is other than a liquid, per gram.
The registrant shall notify the director of any change of address within thirty days of the change; failure to notify the director constitutes grounds sufficient for the director to revoke the registration.
(B) If the director determines that the evidence submitted under division (A)(6) of this section is not sufficient proof of the additive's usefulness for agricultural production in this state, he may require the applicant to submit samples, conduct tests, or submit additional information, including conditions affecting performance, in order to evaluate its performance and usefulness.
(C) The director shall register an agricultural additive unless he determines that:
(1) The application for registration is not complete;
(2) The additive will not or is not likely to produce the results or effects claimed when used as directed; or
(3) The additive is not useful for agricultural production in this state.
Cite as R.C. § 905.03
History. Effective Date: 11-05-1981