When left alone, weeds can harm people, the environment, and the economy. This blog discusses how weeds spread and explains some of the best ways to control them.
Here’s a simple guide explaining how to renew your New York pesticide applicator certification — both commercial and private.
The EPA recently released an updated draft biological evaluation on the effects of sulfoxaflor on pollinators. This blog discusses the context of this new evaluation and gives you the link to share your sulfoxaflor experiences with the EPA.
Becoming a certified pesticide applicator involves a lot of important training. That’s why we’ve created exam prep courses to help you become certified!
New EPA evaluations for three common herbicides have created mixed reactions from farmer and environmental advocacy groups. Learn more here!
See how our online company-wide WPS safety training program can help save your business time and money!
On August 10th, the EPA announced their June 2020 temporary COVID-19 guidance (and May 2021 amendment) for agricultural pesticide handlers will end on August 19, 2021.
Earlier this month, the California Department of Agriculture declared a statewide quarantine to try and keep spotted lanternfly from entering the state. Here’s everything you need to know as an applicator!
After a difficult 2020 renewal season, the California DPR is encouraging applicators with M-Z names to submit their certification renewals early. Here’s a summary of what you need to know to make sure your certifications get renewed on time!
Earlier this year, California’s ban on second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) started. Here’s a simplified FAQ document to help you stay compliant with the latest requirements!