Thursday, February 20, 2020
Bayfield County Courthouse Annex – EOC Room
Washburn, WI 54891
$30 fee includes manual. Registration is required.
A Private Pesticide Applicator is a person who uses pesticides to produce an agricultural commodity* on property they or their employer owns or controls.
Private applicators only legally need to be certified if they want to use a Restricted-Use Pesticide**.
For registration or for more information, Contact:
Sarah DeGraff at 715-373-6104 x 7 or firstname.lastname@example.org
General information is available at the University of Wisconsin Pesticide Applicator Training page.
Means any plant or part of a plant, animal or animal product produced by a person primarily for sale, consumption, propagation, or other use by humans or animals. “Agricultural commodity” includes industrial hemp. [ 94.67(2) ]
RUPs have the potential to cause unreasonable adverse effects to the environment and injury to applicators or bystanders without added restrictions. Only a certified applicator can apply a Restricted-Use Pesticide. [ EPA information on RUPs ]