Resource for New and Experienced Pesticide Applicators

The Weed Science Society of America produced a series of articles covering different pesticide handling and application topics. To access the Pesticide Stewardship Series, go here.

Pesticide Stewardship Series titles:

  1. Safety Begins at the Point of Sale
  2. The Buyer Has Important Responsibilities
  3. Hiring a Pest Management Professional
  4. The Importance of Reading the Pesticide Label
  5. Restricted Use Pesticides Require an Extra Level of Care
  6. Certification Programs Fulfill an Essential Need for Competent Pesticide Applicators
  7. Always Be Diligent Concerning Personal Protective Equipment
  8. Employers Play a Central Role in Protecting Agricultural Workers and Pesticide Handlers
  9. Preparation and Oversight are Vital When Storing a Pesticide

The Pesticide Applicator Training program, at the University of Wisconsin-Extension, provides training opportunities, manuals, training aids, and fact sheets. For more information about the program, visit their website. Got questions? Call the program at (608) 262-7588 or send an email to PATprogram@mailplus.wisc.edu