Introduction to C&L Rule Proposal

The proposed Certification and Licensing (“C&L”) rule takes parts from three current Pesticide rules, plus draft new language, with goals of both updating the requirements and gathering all certification, recertification, and licensing requirements into one rule instead of three. The changes proposed will modernize the certification categories and revise continuing education requirements to better assure … Continue reading Introduction to C&L Rule Proposal

NM Pesticide Law Summary

DISCLAIMER:  This summary of the New Mexico Pesticide Control Act and some of the regulations published under it does not cover all provisions of the Act or regulations.  This is intended as a snapshot of some of the provisions that applicators must understand.  For a complete understanding of the law regarding pesticides, refer to the … Continue reading NM Pesticide Law Summary

Certification Categories for Pesticide Applicators

Applicators (Commercial, Public, Non-commercial) and Consultants must be certified in the categories they are working in. 1A, Agricultural Pests. Using pesticides in agricultural crops to control insects and other invertebrates, plant diseases, nematodes, and similar pests 1B, Agricultural Weeds. Using pesticides in agricultural crops to control undesirable plants or as desiccants or defoliants 1C, Animal … Continue reading Certification Categories for Pesticide Applicators

Pesticide License Renewals

If you have any questions about the renewal process please contact us directly at 575-646-2134 or pesticides@nmda.nmsu.edu How to Renew Your License Things you need to turn in to NMDA to be eligible for renewal: A Signed Renewal Form Enough CEUs Appropriate Renewal Fees (Check or Money Order) Current Certificate of Liability Insurance for Commercial … Continue reading Pesticide License Renewals