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​In a culture rife with standards and requirements that are both variable and numerous, GAP Connections pursues simplicity and ease for growers. In order to help minimize burden and maximize compliance within the industry, GAP Connections has developed a list of resources to help growers. Below are a few of the featured resources that can assist growers in their worker training and educational efforts.

Full List of Resources

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Featured Grower Resources

Label Lookup with one of our Associate Members: Agrian

GAP Connections and Agrian, Inc. have teamed up to offer GAP Connections members access to the leading U.S. pesticide label website for all EPA approved manufacture section 3, section 18, and 24C labels. This new technology offer is already widely used by many crop protection chemical distributors and retailers in the U.S. Click on the web link and start using the most robust crop protection chemical database in the U.S., free for GAP Connections members.   


Use the search box in the upper right-hand corner or click on "Advanced" to seach by product type, manufacturer, active ingredient, crop or pest. 

Agrian label lookup will allow you to locate label information such as active ingredient, REI, and EPA number and important safety information included on the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) such as Worker Protection Standards (WPS). 

Preventing and Treating Green Tobacco Sickness 

OSHA and NIOSH have published recommended practices to help tobacco workers and employers avoid Green Tobacco Sickness (GTS) and complications with heat illness as people with GTS also may be more susceptible to heat illness.GTSBulletin.png



NCDOL Occupational Safety and Health Division's Agricultural Safety and Health Bureau has produced a video on how to prevent and treat green tobacco sickness. The video, published in April 2013, is available in Spanish HERE

Both of these resources will help growers and workers understand how to reduce the exposure to nicotine and avoid GTS by providing recommendations such as: 

  • Providing appropriate personal protective equipment.
  • Training workers on the proper use of adequate PPE.
  • Making sure workers can recognize GTS signs and symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting.
  • Training supervisors to recognize GTS symptoms in employees and to ensure sick employees drink water, rest in shade and receive medical attention if necessary.