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Pesticide Applicator Exams
Private Applicator a private applicator is a person that applies restricted use pesticides to a private property. The person either owns the land or is employed by the business that owns the land. A private pesticide applicator may not charge for pesticide applications. To qualify as a Private Applicator the individual must be engaged in the production of an agricultural or forestry commodity and certify to the Extension Agent that that is in fact a true statement. The applicant may take an online exam through the UGA Extension Service, print a certificate of completion, and take to a local County Extension Office with photo identification to complete the application.
Commercial Pesticide Applicator - a commercial pesticide applicator is a person that charges for pesticide applications(restricted use or general) to other people's property. Study materials and testing center may be found here.
Georgia Certified Landscape Professional Program
Upcoming Testing Dates:
Saturday, March 21. 2015 Gwinnett Tech
Hands-on Exams only 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 UGA Griffin Campus
Written Exam 9:00 a.m.
Friday, November 6, 2015 UGA Griffin Campus
Hands-on Exams only 10:00 a.m.