§19-15-9. Misbranding.
No person shall distribute misbranded regulated products. A regulated product is considered to be misbranded:

(a) If its label is false or misleading in any particular;

(b) If it is distributed under the name of another regulated product;

(c) If it is not labeled as required in section three of this article and in accordance with rules prescribed under this article; or

(d) If it purports to be, to contain or is represented as a fertilizer, plant nutrient, soil amendment, or horticultural growing medium, but is not according to the definition prescribed by rule of the commissioner. In the adopting of legislative rules defining these terms the commissioner shall give regard to commonly accepted definitions and official terms such as those issued by the Association of American Plant Food Control Officials (AAPFCO).