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The Ohio Department of Agriculture's Division of Plant Health houses the Apiary, Grain Warehouse, Feed & Seed, Pesticide & Fertilizer Regulation, and Plant Pest Control sections, which are responsible for many consumer- and farmer-protections regulations, including inspecting honey bee colonies, controlling the spread of gypsy moths and other pests, testing germination of packaged seeds, verifying label statements on feed and fertilizers, regulating nursery stock, and monitoring the financial stability of grain elevators. Their goal is to hold businesses which produce, process, and distribute plant-based agricultural products to high standards of integrity and safety.
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