Article - Agriculture
(a) (1) This section does not apply to:
(i) Pet care products used to mitigate fleas, mites, ticks, heartworms, or other animals that are harmful to the health of a domesticated animal;
(ii) Personal care products used to mitigate lice and bedbugs; and
(iii) Indoor pest control products used to mitigate insects indoors, including ant bait.
(2) On or after January 1, 2018, a person may not sell at retail in the State a neonicotinoid pesticide unless the person also sells a restricted use pesticide, as defined in § 5–201 of this title.
(b) On or after January 1, 2018, a person may not use a neonicotinoid pesticide unless the person is:
(1) A certified applicator or a person working under the supervision of a certified applicator, as defined in § 5–201 of this title;
(2) A farmer, or a person under the supervision of a farmer, who uses the pesticide for agricultural purposes, including crop production, livestock, poultry, equine, and noncrop agricultural fields; or
(3) A veterinarian.