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Agricultural vs. Structural Pesticide Law. What School IPM Coordinators Should Know. Agricultural Law chap 76.102 Agencies rspnsbl. For Licensing Pesticide Applicators. The department shall license pesticide applicators involved in the following license use categories:

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Agricultural vs structural pesticide law

Agricultural vs. Structural Pesticide Law

What School IPM Coordinators Should Know


Agricultural law chap 76 102 agencies rspnsbl for licensing pesticide applicators

Agricultural Law chap 76.102 Agencies rspnsbl. For Licensing Pesticide Applicators

The department shall license pesticide applicators involved in the following license use categories:

1 agricultural pest control;

2 forest pest control;

3 ornamental and turf;

4 seed treatments;

5 right-of-way…


76 105 license required

76.105 License Required

  • …a person may not purchase or use a restricted-use or state-limited-use pesticide or regulated herbicide unless the person is licensed as:

    (1) a commercial, noncomm or private applicator

    (2) acts under the supervision of…


76 112 private applicator

76.112 Private Applicator

(a) A person is a private applicator if the person uses or supervises the use of a restricted-use or state-limited-use pesticide or regulated herbicide for the purpose of producing an agricultural commodity…


Chapter 1951 003 business of structural pest control

Chapter 1951.003 Business of Structural Pest Control

In this chapter, a person is engaged in the “business of structural pest control” if the person performs… including services performed as part of the person’s employment

(1) identifying infestations or making inspections…indentify infestations of:

(a) pests in households and structures

(b) more pests of pests in trees shrubs, etc. in a park or residence, or business….

(2) Making oral or written inspections or reports, recommendations, estimates, or bids…. Or

(3) …performing pest control services….


Chapter 1951 051 exemptions

Chapter 1951.051 Exemptions

…does not apply to a school


1951 053 person performing pest control work otherwise regulated by department

1951.053 Person performing pest control work otherwise regulated by department

(a) Except as provided by 1951.212 and 1951.457(c) , this chapter does not apply to:

2) a person who performs pest control work on growing plants, trees, shrubs, grass, or other horticultural plants or rights-of-way if the person:

(a) is employed by a poli-sub or a cemetery

(b) is engaged in pest control work or vegetation mngmnt for the poli-sub or cemetery

(c) holds a “TDA” commercial or noncom license.


1951 054 person performing pest control work to agricultural land

1951.054 Person performing pest control work to agricultural land

(a) except as provided by sections 1951.212 and 1951.457(c) this chapter does not apply to a person or the person’s employee who is engaged in the business of agriculture….


1951 212 ipm programs for school districts

1951.212 IPM Programs for School Districts

(a) The department shall establish standards for an IPM program for the use of pesticides, herbicides and other chemical agents to control pests, rodents, insects, and weeds at the school buildings and other facilities of school districts…


Janet hurley email to me

Janet Hurley email to me:

Randy,

In preparation for your talk next week, something you may want to consider.  Crosby ISD was inspected, the inspector took a tour of the greenhouse and informed the coordinator that the teacher needed to have a license in order to apply products to the plants in the greenhouse.  


Really

Really?


Where do we go from here

Where Do We Go From Here?


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