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Thank you for visiting the National Pesticide Information Center’s fact sheets. Some of the information in the following fact sheet (scroll down) is out-of-date. NPIC is planning to update this fact sheet in the future. In the meantime, updated information is available on the US EPA’s website. Some of the information in the following fact sheet (scroll down) is out-of-date. NPIC has started a NEW set of fact sheets. If you would like to be notified when NPIC releases new publications, send an email to npicupdates@ace.orst.edu with “subscribe” in the subject line. Check out our new technical fact sheet on resmethrin! Please call NPIC with any questions you have about pesticides at 1-800-858-PEST (7378).

Molecular Structure Cypermethrin

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The National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) is a cooperative effort between Oregon State University and the United States Environmental Protection Agency

NPTN fact sheets are designed to answer questions that are commonly asked by the general public about pesticides that are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA). This document is intended to be educational in nature and helpful to consumers for making decisions about pesticide use.

Cypermethrin
CAUTION- low toxicity WARNING- moderate toxicity

National Pesticide Telecommunications Network
DANGER- high toxicity

The Pesticide Label: Labels provide directions for the proper use of a pesticide product. Be sure to read the entire label before using any product. A signal word on each product label indicates the product’s short-term toxicity.

What is cypermethrin?
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How toxic is cypermethrin?
Animals • Cockroach brain cells exposed to very small doses (up to 0.02 micrograms per gram of brain weight or cg/g) of cypermethrin exhibited a nervous system...

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