Your job isn’t finished until all pesticides, containers, and equipment have been put away properly.
Education can effectively reduce the risk of a spill and the harm it may cause.
As a pesticide applicator, it is your duty to reduce risks for pollinators.
Practicing safe work habits will minimize hazards from exposure to certain crop protection chemistries.
A proactive approach using all applicable IPM tactics is the most effective way to avoid this persistent problem.
A thorough understanding of subject matter is essential for a product’s safe and effective use.
Protect yourself, others, and the environment by using care and common sense.
Updated standards are in place to better protect people and the environment.
Always use caution when using these crucial tools for crop protection.
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Make certain of the safeguards in place for your business and employees.
Each new year can bring changes in pesticide laws, labels, and online options.
Knowing the characteristics of the chemistries you apply bodes well for crop protection success.
Awareness of possible legal ramifications regarding crop protection is key to compliance.