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Nebraska Department of Agriculture – Pesticide Program http://www.agr.ne.gov/pesticide/index.html
Find all the laws and regulations related to pesticide use in your state. There is also a searchable database for state-registered pesticides and certified pesticide applicators (commercial and private). In addition, information on becoming certified and licensed as a Private Pesticide Applicator is available. Specific links of interest include:
Registered Pesticides http://www.kellysolutions.com/NE/pesticideindex.htm, which allows you to search for pesticides registered for use in your state.
Laws and Regulations http://www.agr.ne.gov/pesticide/regulate.html, which links to legislation applicable to pesticide use in your state.
Private Pesticide Applicator Certification and Licensing http://www.agr.ne.gov/pesticide/cert.html, which outlines the requirements for certification and licensing to become a Private Pesticide Applicator in your state. Information on recertification (which is required every 3 years) is also provided.
Forest landowners wishing to apply restricted use pesticides on their property must be licensed as a Private Pesticide Applicator. They can do so by taking an exam administered by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture or by attending a training offering by Nebraska Cooperative Extension and completing self-study materials.
University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension – Pesticide Safety Education Program http://pested.unl.edu/private-license
Offers a training that is one option for certification (the other option is a test offered through the Nebraska Department of Agriculture). Landowners may choose to attend the training session and then complete self-study materials in order to become certified. Through this website, you can access study materials and also learn about training dates. Extension also offers classes for recertification.