Pesticide Applicator

The law associated with this area of our program is the Kansas Pesticide Law.

We certify private and commercial applicators to use pesticides.

To qualify for certification, a commercial pesticide applicator must show adequate knowledge of the type of pesticide application that he or she intends to perform. By educating, training, and testing people who apply certain pesticides, we are able to assure consumers that the person applying pesticides to their lawn, home or workplace is knowledgeable and qualified.

The following lists are provided to facilitate identification of authorized purchasers of restricted use pesticides:

Endangered Species

Please check EPA's Endangered Species web site often.

Recycling Pesticide Containers

Proper disposal and recycling of used pesticide containers is an area in which all pesticide dealers and applicators should pay close attention to.  For more information associated with recycling pesticide containers, visit the Ag Container Recycling Council web site.

Electronic Record Keeping Policy

A new policy regarding Kansas Pesticide Law and electronic record keeping will begin effective October 1st, 2014.  This policy addresses any documentation required under Kansas Pesticide Law, how it relates to electronic record keeping, and specifics about Statement of Service Requirements.  The policy letter can be found here: Electronic Record Keeping.

 
Kansas is now a memeber of DriftWatch!  Please click the DriftWatch logo, register as an applicator and start recieving automatic updates from producers in your area!
Questions?
Logan Brown, Kansas Data Steward
785-564-6688

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