The operator of the property shall assure that signs are posted around treated fields when required by pesticide product labeling, unless access is controlled to prevent employees from entering, working, remaining in, or walking within 1/4 mile of the treated field during the application and the restricted entry interval. Signs shall be worded, as follows:
All greenhouse applications must be posted, unless access is controlled to prevent employees from entering, working in, remaining in, or passing through the green house during the application and the restricted entry interval.
Any application which results in a REI of greater than 7 days must be posted. If the REI is greater than 7 days, the date of unrestricted entry, the name of the operator of the property, and the field identification shall be indicated on the sign, as follows:
When a pesticide with the signal word "DANGER", or a minimal exposure pesticide (6790 CCR) is applied through the irrigation system, signs similar to the following, shall be posted:
When a fumigant is applied to a field, signs similar to the following shall be posted:
The signs shall be posted before the application begins, but not more than 24 hours prior to the application; remain posted and clearly legible throughout the application and the REI; be removed within 3 days after the end of the REI and before any entry prohibited during the REI.
The signs shall be posted so that they are visible at all usual points of entry and each border with any labor camp; post the corners if there are no identified points of entry; when adjacent to an unfenced right of way, each end of the treated field shall be posted, and at every 600 feet along the border with the right of way.