PESTICIDE APPLICATOR SEARCH SERVICES
In addition, Commercial Pesticide Applicators can now retrieve their recertification point status conveniently on-line.
Restricted Use Dealer
|Restricted Use Dealer App.||11/21/2011|
|RUP Dealer's Exam Study Guide||10/31/2013|
Who needs a Commercial Applicators Permit?
Commercial Applicator means a permitted applicator who uses or supervises the use of restricted use pesticides and other pesticides for any purpose or on any property and if applied with compensation other than trading of personal services between producers of agricultural commodities. Commercial applicators shall be further identified according to the type of pesticide application they are engaged in.
For a detailed description of each category, please click on the following link:
COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE APPLICATOR RENEWAL APPLICATIONS CAN NOW BE SUBMITTED ONLINE. PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:
ONLINE RECERTIFICATION SUBMISSIONS
Authorized Meeting Hosts can login and submit new courses for recertification approval. For those of you who sponsor meetings and/or request points for meetings, the Pesticide program is going to an on-line request system. Requests must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the meeting. Upon approval, a meeting roster will be e-mailed to the person making the request. The first couple of on-line requests that you make will likely be frustrating, but after you do a couple and know in advance what you need, it is fairly simple and doesn’t take long. You must obtain a username and password from the Certification and Training Office; submit username/password requests to Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Recertification Submission Training Powerpoint
To submit an online recertification meeting and agenda; please click on the link below:
Custom Applicator Forms & Informationhttps://store.aces.edu/ Once the link is open, choose ‘Agriculture’ category at left, then choose ‘Commercial Pesticide Applicator Study Manual’ in center page.
|Aerial Applicator Insurance Form||4/10/2013|
|Custom Applicator Permit Application||7/18/2012|
|Ground Applicator Insurance Form||4/10/2013|
|Bond To Perform Custom Application of Pesticides||5/21/2010|
Exam Related Information
Online Computer Based Testing: http://apply.adaitesting.com
- Examination fee is $75.00 per exam, plus a $50.00 administrative fee per exam
|2013 Custom Pesticide Applicator Exam Schedule||12/20/2012|
|2013 Professional Services Exam Schedule||12/20/2012|
|Custodial Examination Requirements||12/20/2012|
|Horticultural Examination Requirements||12/20/2012|
|Professional Services Exam Application||6/17/2013|
|Structural Exam Requirements||12/20/2012|
Other Pesticide Certification & Training
|General Info On Horticulture Work||7/23/2009|
|General Info On Structural Pest Control Work||7/23/2009|
|Landscape Design (Street Trees...)||12/4/2013|
|Landscape Design Study Material||1/23/2012|
|Request for Change of Information for Pesticide Applicator||7/23/2009|
|Setting of Landscape Plants Study Material||1/23/2012|
|Supplemental Study Material for Ornamental & Turf Pest Control (OTPC/OTPS)||1/23/2012|
|Tree Surgery Study Material||7/23/2009|
Pesticide Residue Lab
The Pesticide Residue Laboratory located in Auburn was established to provide reliable analyses of raw agricultural products, processed agricultural products, and materials used in the production of agricultural products for the presence of harmful pesticide residues. Information obtained by the lab is used to protect public health, monitor agricultural commodities for the presence of harmful pesticide residues, protect and expand Alabama's agricultural markets, and protect the environment. Samples submitted to the lab for analysis include eggs, milk, poultry, beef, fish, vegetables, water, soil, and value-added foods.
The lab operates two testing programs. The Request Program involves samples of an unusual nature, difficult chemistry, or samples with legal implications. The Monitoring Program collects and analyzes samples of agricultural commodities from across the state. The information obtained from these samples is used to protect consumers and maintain the competitiveness of Alabama's farmers.