Last week, one of my guys was "put on notice" by State officials. He was operating a ride-on spreader/sprayer unit. Most of what he was doing was spreading fert, but once in awhile he hit the toggle switch to spot spray weeds. He was found to "not be in complience" with State laws regarding pesticide use. Seems he should have been wearing long sleeves, rubber gloves, spray boots, and goggles. Keep in mind that it was a hot day in the mid 90's with a heat index of 100 degrees. This (fair-skinned) operator also has a family history of skin cancer, so he routinely wears sun screen as well as a wide-brim hat in order to protect his ears, neck, etc. So now we are awaiting the State of Iowa's decision regarding the "label". Seems Iowa cares not about skin cancer. hmmmmm rscvp -- anybody else have thoughts about common sense?