34-36-7. Fireworks or explosives allowed for protection of sunflower crops. Any agricultural producer may purchase and use explosives, pyrotechnics, or fireworks for the protection of sunflower crops from depredating birds in accordance with rules promulgated pursuant to § 34-36-8. Such explosives, pyrotechnics, or fireworks may not be used within six hundred sixty feet of an occupied dwelling, church, or schoolhouse without written permission from the adjoining landowner. The governing body of any county may prohibit the use of explosives, pyrotechnics, or fireworks within its boundaries for the purposes provided in this section.
Source: SL 1991, ch 286, § 1.