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Restricted-use pesticides (RUPs)

EPA classifies pesticides into two categories: general-use pesticides and restricted-use pesticides. Restricted-use pesticides — which make up about a quarter of total pesticides used — may be applied only by or under the direct supervision of trained and certified applicators.

The Restricted-Use Products (RUP) Report is a compilation of both active and canceled pesticide products classified as “Restricted-Use”. The “Restricted-Use” classification restricts a product, or its uses, to use by a certified pesticide applicator or under the direct supervision of a certified applicator. (For detailed information on the “Restricted-Use” Classification, consult 40 CFR Subpart I, 152.160.)

In the RUP Report, the criteria on which the restricted-use classification is based, uses, formulations, EPA Registration Numbers, product names, product status, and revision date are organized by pesticide active ingredient (AI). The Product Manager (PM) Number is also provided for each AI.