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110 • GROUND WATER PROTECTION AND THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT

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Pesticide Sales—Ground Water Protection

_____ The material I am purchasing will not be used in a Pesticide Management Zone (as described in Section 6802, Title 3, California Code of Regulations) for agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial use.

_____ The material I am purchasing will be used in a Pesticide Management Zone (as described in Section 6802, Title 3, California Code of Regulations) for agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial use, and a copy of my restricted materials permit is attached.

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I certify under penalty of perjury that the foregoing statement is true, and that I will not apply any material listed in Section 6800 (a), Title 3, California Code of Regulations in any Pesticide Management Zone for agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial uses except in accordance with a permit issued by the county agricultural commissioner, or by the Director of DPR in a county in which there is no county agricultural commissioner.

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only for home use. Pesticide products that may be sold without a Pest Control Dealer’s License are exempt from this reporting requirement.

Requirements for Agricultural Pest Control Advisers Ground water protection advisories may be written only by licensed Agricultural Pest Control Advisers who have completed DPR’s Ground Water Protection Training Program. In each county in which they intend to write ground water protection advisories, advisers must file written proof that they have completed the DPR training, and they must have completed the training within the past two calendar years. DPR schedules the Ground

Water Protection Training Program at least once a year.

Records. Advisers must retain a copy of each ground water protection advisory they write for agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial use for one year following the date of the advisory. Advisers must furnish copies of advisories to the property owners or operators so they can obtain restricted materials permits for allowed uses of atrazine, simazine, bromacil, diuron, prometon, and norflurazon in their PMZs. Advisories must be kept available for review by the Director of DPR or the county agricultural commissioner upon request.

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