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50 • LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION

SIDEBAR 5

Agricultural Pest Control Adviser License Categories

  • (A)

    Insects, Mites, and Other Invertebrates

  • (B)

    Plant Pathogens

  • (C)

    Nematodes

  • (D)

    Vertebrate Pests

  • (E)

    Weed Control

  • (F)

    Defoliation

  • (G)

    Plant Growth Regulation

commissioner allows it. Additional registrations by mail must be made on prescribed forms. Obtain and process these forms at the agricultural commissioner’s office in your home county or county of occupational choice.

There is a registration fee of $10 for pest control advisers to register in their home county or county of occupational choice and $5 for each additional county registration. Registration is required annually and covers one calendar year. For further information on county registration fees, contact the county agricultural commissioner’s office where you intend to operate.

Recommendations. You must make all agricultural use recommendations in writing. You must sign and date one copy of each written recommendation and furnish it to the operator of the property prior to the application. When a pesticide use is recommended, you must also furnish a copy of the recom- mendation to the dealer and the applicator prior to the application. Each recommendation must include, when applicable, the following:

  • the name and dosage of each pesticide to be used or a descrip- tion of the method recommended

(Recommendations are not always for the use of a pesticide.)

  • the accepted common name of the pest to be controlled

  • the owner or operator of the property and the acreage to be treated and its location

  • the commodity, crop, or site to be treated

  • the suggested schedule, time, or conditions for the pesticide application or other control method

  • a warning of the possibility of damages by the pesticide applica- tion that reasonably should have been known by the Agricultural Pest Control Adviser to exist

  • the total acres or units to be treated

  • the concentration and volume per acre or other units

  • the worker restricted-entry interval, if one has been estab- lished; the preharvest or preslaughter interval; and the label restrictions on use or disposition of the treated commodity, by- products, or treated area

  • the criteria used for determining the need for the recommended treatment

  • certification that alternatives and mitigation measures that would

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