Source: Ohio State University

Ohio private pesticide applicators will see changes this fall in their licensing categories. A pesticide license is required for farmers who use restricted-use pesticides in their farming operation.

"The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has simplified the categories for private applicators," said Joanne Kick-Raack, Ohio State University Extension state director for the Pesticide Safety Education Program. "The change will mean fewer exams for new applicators and many current license holders will have fewer categories for recertification."
 
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