All commercial pesticide applicators must take exams in order to become initially certified, and some choose to become recertified by exam rather than by attending continuing instructional courses. With the arrival of Asian soybean rust in this country, many commercial applicators are considering adding agricultural diseases (category 1C) to their certification so that they can apply fungicides. Two training sessions designed to help prepare individuals for the commercial pesticide applicator examinations will be offered in southeast Iowa.
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Fawcett, James A., "Commercial pesticide applicator training" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1157.
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