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Multi-County Private Pesticide Applicator Training and Testing March 25, 2013
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • Posted March 20, 2013

On March 25th, 2013 there will be a Private Applicators License training conducted at the McCulloch County Extension Office. Registration will start at 8:00 and the training will begin at 8:30 A.M. At 1:00 P.M. a representative from TDA will be on hand to administer the test. The office is located at 114 W. Main in Brady, TX. The registration fee is $50.00 and covers the cost of your training materials.

The purpose of the training is to allow home and private landowners to obtain a license to purchase and apply restricted-use, state-limited use and regulated pesticides on property owned, rented, owned by an employer or under general control of the applicator. The license once obtained is good for 5 years, with Continuing Education (CEU) requirements in order to maintain the license. All farm and ranch operators who do not have a Private Applicators License to purchase “restricted use” pesticides (such as 2,4-D, Grazon P+D, Tordon 22K, etc.) will need to attend this training.

Those wishing to obtain a license for the purpose of applying pesticides for hire must obtain a Commercial Applicator’s License through TDA. Those needing to take Commercial or Non-Commercial Pesticide Applicator test are welcome to come and test at 1:00 P.M. as well. If you need study materials contact us for a copy of the order form for the materials.

You are asked to RSVP by March 20th, 2013 so materials can be ordered. Payments can be made at the door on the 25th. You can RSVP by calling the McCulloch County Extension Office at 325-597-1295 or the Mason County Extension Office at 325-347-6459.

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