Supplement to the Pennsylvania Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual

This publication contains information on insects, weeds, plant diseases, and vertebrates that is not covered in the Core Manual.
Supplement to the Pennsylvania Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual - Guides and Publications
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Language: English
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Description

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency produced a National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual that states are encouraged to use. Pennsylvania is now using this manual, but it has been renamed the Pennsylvania Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual. One of the major differences between this manual and the previous Pennsylvania core manual is that the new manual does not contain chapters on insects, weeds, plant diseases, or vertebrates. However, these chapters contain important information for private applicators, and for commercial and public applicators in a few categories. Specialists at Penn State have reviewed and updated these chapters. This information was then combined into this supplement. Some questions on the certification examinations will be taken from this material.

Who is this for?

Commercial, public, and private pesticide applicators seeking certification

What will you learn?

Management of insects and related pests; weeds and weed control; plant diseases and plant health; vertebrate pest management

Authors

Pesticide Safety

More by Sharon I Gripp 

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