Private Pesticide Application Training - Online - Hosted by Anthony Ohmes
The private pesticide applicator license issued by the Missouri Dept of Agriculture is required for producers wanting to purchase and apply restricted use pesticides. Application by unlicensed workers under the supervision of licensed applicators will no longer be allowed. Agricultural producers needing to obtain or renew certification of this license must take this pesticide safety training every five years. You must be 18 years of age and directly involved in the production of agricultural commodities to obtain this license.
We are working diligently with the Missouri Department of Agriculture to update our pesticide safety education program to meet new state and federal requirements, and to bring you the cutting-edge information. We plan to offer both virtual and in-person events this season to better meet your needs. We look forward to working with you to prosper Missouri as we race toward our 2030 goal of doubling this state's agriculture at #2xAg2030!
It is recommended each farm have a copy of the M87 Private Pesticide Applicator Training Manual, which can be purchased for $25 online (https://extension.missouri.edu/m87).
This class does not include the annual training required to apply synthetic auxin herbicides (i.e. dicamba) given by the registrants. See https://agriculture.mo.gov/plants/pesticides/dicamba-facts.php for more information. This training also does not include the supplemental training required to apply paraquat dichloride. For more information see https://agriculture.mo.gov/plants/pesticides/paraquat.php.
Contact: Anthony Ohmes, [email protected], 573-243-3581
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Event date: Aug. 16, 2022
Event time: 10:30 am - 11:45 am
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