REI as required by the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) to protect agricultural workers and handlers of agricultural pesticides. Labeled nonagricultural uses may have different REIs or worker notification requirements.
(1) If the product is soil-injected or soil-incorporated or used for seed treatment, the WPS, under certain circumstances, allows workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated.
(2) 24 hours for harvest aid and desiccation applications.
(3) After the first 48 hours of the REI, workers may enter the treated area to perform hand labor or other tasks involving contact with anything that has been treated, such as plants, soil, or water, without time limit, if they wear the early-entry personal protective equipment (PPE) listed on the label.
(4) 14 days for foliar applications to corn, sunflowers, and sorghum. For the last 12 days of the REI, workers may enter the treated area to perform hand labor or other tasks involving contact with anything that has been treated, such as plants, soil, or water, without time limit, if they wear the early-entry PPE listed on the label.
(5) 24 hours for strawberries. After expiration of the 24-hour period, no PPE is required.
(6) 24 hours for treating seed, but none once planted.
(7) 11 days for soybean, 31 days for corn.
(8) Under the WPS, this product requires dual notification to workers: verbal AND posted. Wisconsin has additional posting requirements when this product is applied to areas within 300 feet of a residence, migrant labor camp, school, day care facility, health care facility, commercial or industrial facility, public recreation area, or other nonagricultural area where people are likely to be present during the REI.