Originally Posted by ICT Bill
(I think) in Florida if you add up the NPK and it does not make up 24% then it could be registered as a specialty fertilizer or soil amendment
I've been audited twice in the last 4 years by the same state of Ohio pesticide agent, and he's never said word one about the non-fertilizer labeling on the meal bags.
He did ask me once about vermin, though.
I told him we have a family of cats happily at work (which, is 100% true!)
I guess each state has its own level of enforcement.
Most of these agents are stretched so thin these days in terms of the territory they have to cover, it doesn't surprise me at all that some of them might intentionally overlook stuff like this.