Information for pesticide applicators seeking recertification credits, including how to find credits, list of upcoming opportunities, Penn State’s online recertification course, and frequently asked questions.
Learn to recognize the damage Japanese beetles do to turfgrass and ornamental plants, and how to manage infestations. Earn pesticide applicator credits.
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Learn to identify and manage pasture and hayfield weeds with integrated weed management and herbicides. Earn pesticide applicator recertification credits.
Find your Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Regional Office and contact information.
Find pesticide recertification credits on the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's PaPlants website.
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Manage nuisance pond plant and algae growth. Learn about measurements, plant identification and control methods using an integrated pest management approach.
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Hear from Penn State experts the latest information on disease, insect, and weed management, in addition to getting pesticide safety education.
If this is your first time registering for one of our online recertification courses, follow these steps to register.
Listed below are the interactive online courses available for pesticide applicators to earn recertification credits at their convenience.
Read responses to commonly asked questions we receive about the recertification process.
Our program strives to educate pesticide applicators and users about pest management alternatives, including pesticides, to promote responsible decision-making.
Are you a private pesticide applicator who’s license expired on March 31st without the needed credits? Don’t give up, there’s still hope!
Is your pesticide license due to expire? Are you wondering how many points you need before March 31st? Are you scrambling to look for upcoming meetings? Here’s a simple way to check.
Learn how to become a pesticide applicator in Pennsylvania.