Pennsylvania Pesticide

Pennsylvania Applicator Renewal FAQs

On: January 18, 2019
Pennsylvania private pesticide applicators must complete 6 credits of core continuing education and 6 credits of category-specific continuing education every three years by March 31st to renew their licenses.

What do Michigan Golf Course Managers and Parks and Recreation Groundskeepers have in common?

On: January 14, 2019
If you’re thinking of a career in either of the aforementioned professions, you’ll want to begin by taking a comprehensive exam prep course to help you learn everything you’ll need to know to pass the Michigan 3A Turfgrass Pest Management Exam.

Indiana Pesticide Education

Ancient Pesticides

On: January 10, 2019
According to a report of ancient Greek and Roman agrarian literature covering a period roughly 200 BC to 200 AD, protective seed coverings, olive oil, soda, smoke, ashes, leek juice, and salt were commonly used to control blight, mildew and other common plant ailments.

What do Golf Course Managers and Parks and Recreation Groundskeepers Have in Common?

On: January 3, 2019
To pass the exam and be successful in your business you’ll need to know the best cultural practices for growing a healthy turf, how to accurately measure your treatment area, how to calibrate your equipment to stay within label rates, how to accurately identify damage caused by diseases, insects and vertebrate pests, and all the federal and state regulations pertaining to pesticide applications! That’s a lot of information to learn!

Wyoming Pesticide Applicator CE

Wyoming Pesticide Applicator Renewal FAQ

On: December 19, 2018
You may complete 24-hours of continuing education or retake the exam. If you retake the exam you must pass with a score of 70% or higher - Study ahead of time with online exam prep!

Whitefly

Montana Pesticide Manufacturer Expanding Product Line

On: December 12, 2018
LAM International is growing. The company, based out of Butte, will expand production capacity and creating a new product, BoteGHA, which will control pests like whiteflies, aphids and thrips. It will be used on fruits, nuts, vegetables and other things. LAM International is building out its solid fermentation production means. They are streamlining the production process and making it more automated.

Banana Farm Pesticide Use

North Carolina State Researcher Finds Link Between Banana Pesticide and Ashtma Diagnosis

On: December 12, 2018
More than 27 ingredients were used on those bananas fields. Which adds up to more than 2,000,000 kilograms of pesticides. She says the pesticide exposure during pregnancy and afterwards affected the respiratory health of the women and children, especially in those with existing allergies.

Indiana Pesticide Education

Indiana Pesticide Applicators, Did You Know?

On: December 12, 2018
According to a report of ancient Greek and Roman agrarian literature covering a period roughly 200 BC to 200 AD, protective seed coverings, olive oil, soda, smoke, ashes, leek juice, and salt were commonly used to control blight, mildew, pests, and other plant ailments.

WPS Compliance

Delaware Pesticide Applicators Must Re-Certify Before December 31st

On: December 5, 2018
Pesticide Applicators in Delaware must recertify every three years. They are also required to complete category specific continuing education by December 31st. Certified Training Institute makes it easy and affordable with a vast array of Delaware approved online continuing education courses. Individual courses, as well as Agricultural and Ornamental course packages, are available 24/7 for applicators who wish to beat the December 31st deadline in time to enjoy the holidays.

Cage-Trapping-Wild-Fires

ESCAPING THE FLAMES

On: November 29, 2018
Once the fires have been extinguished, these creatures will re-emerge, seeking safety from predators, as well as food and shelter in the nearest structures to have survived the flames. This means that areas such as attics, walls basements, roofs, and crawl spaces will become a safe haven. Not only are they a nuisance but these intruders could potentially carry disease which causes health risks for both household pets and humans.