Y'alls chirruns gon be borned nekkid.
It may not be rocket science, but it's still science.
On another note the products that commercial pesticide applicators use may be "Restricted Use Pesticides" That would mean that a person would need to be certifided as an commercial or private applicator before you could purchase the product. I was looking at a permethrin product to spray trees for bagworms in June. The local coop did not have the formulation that was listed on the NeGuide publication on bagworms. However they did have a higher consentration of permethrin. However, it was a "Restricted Use Product". I had let my certification expire and so was not able to purchase the product. I could have had one of my farmer friends purchase the product for me. However, once again that is not legal. And I trained those farmers for certification for about 25 years.
We had a fair board secretary and grounds manager that got a container of chemical. If beleave it was sodium arsenate which is a herbicide that the school had that is used to control weeds under fences and like areas. The school grounds guy did not want to use it. Long story but it was given to the fair manager. He used it around building and fences on the fairgrounds. The problem was that he just put into a sprinkler can and placed it around some of the livestock buildings without mixing to the correct application rate. The label also had restrictions in using in areas with livestock. Less that two weeks later the spring livestock show was held at the fairgrounds. Cattle were tied to the outside of buildings and some fences on the grounds. Cattle liked the salty taste of the grass. Killed 13 head of show cattle and made others sick. I think that the fairboards insurance paid out about $23,000 in claims.
A good time was not had by all after that.
I will not tell you about the chlordane use at a camp around buildings.