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Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 10-A
§ 147-b. License. No person shall sell, offer or expose for sale in
this state any soil or plant inoculant unless licensed as provided in
this section. Application for a license shall be made upon a form
prescribed by the commissioner and shall include a statement as to
whether the inoculant is represented as effective for inoculating
legumes or for some other purpose, and, if represented as effective for
the inoculation of legumes, for which legume or legumes it is so
represented. With the application, the applicant shall present a
representative sample of the soil or plant inoculant described in the
application. The commissioner, if satisfied that the inoculant may be
depended upon to produce an effective inoculation for the purpose
represented, shall issue to such applicant a license for the sale of
such inoculant, expiring on December thirty-first of the next even
numbered year following its issuance. Application for renewal of such
license for a period of two years shall be made biennially upon a form
prescribed by the commissioner and submitted no later than thirty days
prior to the expiration of the existing license.