An Initial Private Applicator Training is for pesticide applicators who wish to buy and apply restricted use pesticides to land they own, rent or lease. This program meets the requirements to become licensed as a Montana Private Applicator. 

Details

  • Program #: 24-01
  • Date: March 20, 2024
  • Location: Thompson Falls Rural Fire Department, 1811 Main St, Thompson Falls, MT 59873
  • Registration: Registration required by March 13th. Register online or contact Wendy Carr at (406) 827-6934 or [email protected]
  • Fee: $40
  • Lunch: Provided

License Fee

In order to obtain your Montana Private Applicator license after attending this event you must mail in the application along with the appropriate license fee. Sanders County is in Private Applicator District 1. The license fee for District 1 in 2024 is $60. Please bring cash or a check made out to the Montana Department of Agriculture to cover this amount.

Agenda

Printable Agenda

  • 7:30 to 7:50 am - Sign In
  • 8:00 am - Welcome
  • 8:05 am - Montana Private Applicator Pesticide License, Amy Bowser, MSU Extension Pesticide Education Technician
  • 8:35 am - Reading the Pesticide Product Label, Wendy Carr, MSU Extension Agent - Sanders County
  • 9:05 am - Pesticides and the Environment, Cecil Tharp, MSU Extension Pesticide Education Specialist
  • 10:05 am - Break
  • 10:20 am - Calibration of Pesticide Spray Equipment, Amy Bowser, MSU Extension Pesticide Education Technician
  • 11:50 am - Lunch and Licensing
  • 12:30 pm - Pesticide Safety, Cecil Tharp, MSU Extension Pesticide Education Specialist
  • 2:00 pm - Pesticide Laws, Beth Thomas, MDA Training and Development Specialist
  • 3:00 pm - Break
  • 3:15 pm - Integrated Pest Management, Dave Brink, MSU Extension Agent - Mineral County
  • 4:15 pm - Review and Exam, Cecil Tharp, MSU Extension Pesticide Education Specialist
  • 5:00pm - Evaluations and Wrap Up

Pesticide License Credits Available

You must attend the entire day to receive credits. 

  • 60 - Private Agricultural Pest Control (6)

 

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