01-26-17 CSU’s Golden Plains Extension: Private Pesticide Recertification Programs…

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Private Pesticide Recertification Programs

Colorado State University Extension is hosting Private Pesticide Recertification sessions at various locations in Northeast Colorado.  Anyone who purchases restricted-use pesticides must have a Private Pesticide Applicator license which is issued by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.  Private Applicator license study guides and exams can be obtained either from the Colorado Department of Agriculture or some Extension offices.  Once a license is received, it is active for 3 years before renewal is needed.  Renewal can be achieved by either retaking the exam or attending a recertification meeting.  These recertification meetings offer credits which can be substituted for retaking the exam.  Attendees need to remember to bring their license number to the meetings.  Licenses that expire prior to obtaining recertification credits will require re-taking the private pesticide exam.

Locations and times are as follows:

  • February 21st, Burlington Community Center
  • February 22nd, Sedgwick County Fairgrounds, Julesburg.
  • February 23rd, Irrigation Research Farm (IRF), Yuma
  • February 28th, Washington County Extension office, Akron

All programs begin at 1:30pm and will conclude at 5pm.  Cost is $45 per person which includes all 7 core credits.  Registration on-line can be accomplished at http://goldenplains.colostate.edu/ or by contacting the Colorado State University Extension office in Burlington at 719-346-5571.  To ensure adequate space for everyone, pre-registration at these locations is required.

Submitted to Barn Media by:

CSU Golden Plains Area Extension,  Ron Meyer, Area Extension Agent (Agronomy),

(719) 346-5571 x 305, ron.meyer@colostate.edu

Colorado State University Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.

Colorado State University Extension is your local university community connection for research-based information about natural resource management; living well through raising kids, eating right and spending smart; gardening and commercial horticulture; the latest agricultural production technologies and community development. Extension 4-H and youth development programs reach more than 90,000 young people annually, over half in urban communities.