|(a) All experimental use permits (EUP) shall be issued and approved by the EPA prior to submitting to the department for approval. (b) Application for department approval of the EUP shall contain the following information: (1) the name and address of the applicant; (2) the name of the manufacturer of the product; (3) the name and address of the person responsible for the experimental program, if different from the applicant; (4) the name of the pesticide and approved EUP registration number of the product; (5) an ingredient statement; (6) the use or uses requested for the EUP; (7) the estimated amount of the product to be used; (8) the name and address of all cooperators and location of the proposed EUP experimental use permit application site(s); and (9) the proposed method
of storage and disposition of any unused experimental use pesticide and its container. (c) Pesticide registration fees, as established by §7.10 of this title (relating to Registration of Pesticides), are prorated by quarter from the effective date of the EUP and shall accompany each EUP application if the pesticide is not currently registered for other uses in the state by that registrant. (d) The holder of an EUP shall, as soon as available, submit to the department the results of the experimentation for which the permit was issued. (e) A person who distributes, sells, offers for sale, holds for sale, ships, delivers for shipment, or receives and (having so received) delivers or offers to deliver any pesticide may not place or sponsor advertisements in this state which recommend or suggest the purchase or use of a pesticide for a use authorized under an EUP, whether the EUP has been approved by the department or not.