(Michelle Mielke) – Border area applicators that take a
Dicamba-specific training in Minnesota or South Dakota will be
allowed to apply the product in North Dakota without taking a
separate North Dakota training session. But there is a condition.
will need to carry evidence of the training in the field and be
prepared to provide it to inspectors upon demand.
applicators seeking reciprocity for purposes of obtaining a North
Dakota pesticide certification may submit evidence of
Dicamba-specific training with their application for reciprocity.
This credential will then be incorporated into their electronic
the NDSU Extension Pesticide Program at 701-231-7180 or 701-231-6388
or at email@example.com
to fill out the proper paperwork.
applicators are reminded that they must follow North Dakota-specific
restrictions as well as the federal label.
provided by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture – Michelle
Mielke, Public Information Specialist.)