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Chapter 90. Pesticide Control
. Purpose and applicability
. Distribution, sale, and purchase requirements
. Discharge notification required
. Pesticide registration requirements
. Application for registration
. Change in labeling
. Department action on application for registration
. Unregistered pesticides
. Modification, suspension, or revocation of registration
. Application for registration for a special local need
. Registration of a pesticide for a special local need
. Certification requirements
. Certification procedures
. Certification renewal
. Certification modification, suspension, or revocation
. Recordkeeping requirements for restricted-use pesticide dealers
. Recordkeeping requirements for private agricultural applicators of restricted-use pesticides
. Recordkeeping requirements for other applicators of restricted-use pesticides
. Recordkeeping requirements for custom, commercial, or contract applicators of pesticides
. Permit for certain public pesticide programs or projects
. Permit for water and aerial application of pesticides
. Exemptions from permit requirements
. Permit application
. Public notice requirements; public hearings
. Permit issuance or denial
. Permit term and renewal
. Summary of treatment results
. Permit modification, suspension, or revocation
. Operating requirements for certified applicators
. Ground and aircraft spray apparatus
. Drift control and dispersion restrictions
. Storage and disposal of pesticides and pesticide containers
. Insurance required
. School use and notification
. Stop sale, use, or removal orders
. Protective area
. Registration fee requirements
. Certified applicator fee requirements
. Fee appeal and waiver procedures
. Right to appeal department
The regulations in this chapter, effective February 15, 1998, and distributed in Register 145, constitute a comprehensive reorganization and revision of this material. They replace all previous regulations in this chapter which were repealed simultaneously with the adoption of these regulations. The history line at the end of each section does not reflect the history of the replaced provisions before the effective date of this chapter, nor is the section numbering related to the numbering before that date. Previous amendments to this chapter may be reviewed at the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and are found at Register 47, effective 9/1/73; Register 64, effective 11/25/77; Register 74, effective 4/27/80; and Register 115, effective 8/2/90.
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