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Examples of pesticides are fungicides, herbicides, and insecticides.
Pesticide Record Keeping The brand or product name. The EPA registration number. The total amount applied. The month, day, and year. The location of the application. The crop, commodity, stored product, or site. The size of area treated. The name of the certified applicator.
Saves money: Accurate pesticide records will enable you to know and buy the correct amount of pesticides for each growing season. Tracks success: Good records will help you determine if a pesticide application achieved the best results or why a pesticide may have performed poorly. Good records prevent future failures.
Pesticides may be applied as sprays, dusts, granules, gases (vapors), fogs, baits, rubs, or dips. The vast array of application equipment must be matched to the pesticide as well as to the size and type of the job.
Several types of pesticide application equipment are used, including liquid pumps (manual and power operated), liquid atomizers (hydraulic energy, gaseous energy, and centrifugal energy), dry application, and soil application (liquid injection application).
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Definition Type of pesticideTarget pest groupBactericidesBacteriaFungicidesFungi and oomycetesHerbicidesPlantInsecticidesInsects9 more rows
Pesticides are used to control various pests and disease carriers, such as mosquitoes, ticks, rats and mice. Pesticides are used in agriculture to control weeds, insect infestation and diseases. There are many different types of pesticides; each is meant to be effective against specific pests.
The label is the single most important document in the use of a pesticide. State and federal pesticide laws require following label directions! The label tells you what personal protective equipment to use.
The label is the single most important document in the use of a pesticide. State and federal pesticide laws require following label directions! The label tells you what personal protective equipment to use.
AMS administers the Federal Pesticide Recordkeeping Program, which requires all certified private pesticide applicators to keep records of their use of federally restricted use pesticides (RUP) for a period of 2 years.

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