When the newly revised labels on pyrethroid products state that a PMP cannot service a "gutter", are they refering to a curbside gutter alone, or the gutter attached to the roof of a house also?
That is a good question Frank, and it's an answer I cannot give with any confidence. However, in reading the specific wording from EPA my opinion is that it is referring to curbside gutters since it references, in the same sentence, "where drainage to sewers, storm drains, water bodies, or aquatic habitat could occur".
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