Are licensed pest control businesses required to report school pesticide applications as part of their existing monthly reports to the county agricultural commissioner?

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Are licensed pest control businesses required to report school pesticide applications as part of their existing monthly reports to the county agricultural commissioner?

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If you are applying pesticides on school grounds on a monthly basis, you are doing something fundamentally incorrect.

Now if your question implies just notifying the school board or IPM coordinator to keep them informed than that is different and the answer would be it depends on your local county regulations. 

CRoman

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Yes. Pest control businesses must continue to report school applications on their Monthly Summary Pesticide Use Report to the county agricultural commissioner. Pest control businesses must also submit the School Site Pesticide Use Reporting form at least annually to DPR.

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Jogn Cartman Jogn Cartman edited answer

Yes, pest control business must report their activity every month. In this way, the level of used pesticides will be motorized, which will help keep the balance in nature. Working for an exterminator company got me to understand that using pesticides is essential. Still, we need to do that with a measurement. Otherwise, we can really harm nature. What do you guys think about this? Do you agree with me? In case someone wants to chat about this, feel free to text me. I am waiting for your messages.

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Yes. Pest control businesses must continue to report school applications on their Monthly Summary Pesticide Use Report to the county agricultural commissioner. Pest control businesses must also submit the School Site Pesticide Use Reporting form at least annually to DPR. (See 3-2 and 3-5.

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