Policies & Statutes
R3-3-207. Agricultural Pest Control Advisor License; Examination; Fee; Renewal; Exemption
The primary purpose of this rulemaking is to make the educational requirements for becoming a PCA more flexible.
Contact: Jack Peterson at (602) 542-3575
Docket Opening: July 26, 2013
Proposed Rulemaking: July 26, 2013
Final Rulemaking: Effective January 4, 2014
R3-4-107. Experimental Purposes
Table 1. Time-frames (Calendar Days)
R3-4-201. Transportation and Packaging
R3-4-204. Pink Bollworm and the Cotton Boll Weevil Complex
R3-4-218. Cotton Boll Weevil Pest
The primary purposes of this rulemaking are to repeal rule 107, add a new definitions section to Article 2, revise the tillage and replanting deadlines for cotton in rule 204, reduce the size and change the composition of the rule 204 advisory committee, update the pest treatment options for rules 204 and 218, revise the quarantine areas in rule 218, and add pink bollworm as a regulated pest under rule 218.
Golf Applicator rules: R3-3-101, Table 1, R3-3-201, R3-3-202, R3-3-208, R3-3-305, R3-3-401, R3-3-402 & R3-3-502
This rulemaking implements the shift of regulation of pesticide use by golf courses from the Office of Pest Management to the Department of Agriculture.
Applicator Certification; Examination; Fee; Renewal: R3-3-208
The primary purpose of this rulemaking is to eliminate the requirement of having at least one unit of continuing education related to the use of fumigants for a raw agricultural commodity or on-farm burrowing rodent problem in order to renew fumigation certification. The rulemaking also reorders and clarifies the rule in several respects.
Contact: Chris McCormack at 602-542-8334
Contact: Jack Peterson at (602) 542-3575 or email [email protected].
Docket Opening: April 6, 2012
Proposed Rulemaking: April 6, 2012
Final Rulemaking: November 10, 2012
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