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Private pesticide applicator training
AUSTIN -- The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for Travis County will hold a private pesticide applicator training Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in their office, located at 1600 B. Smith Road in Austin.
The course agenda includes instruction, lunch, study time, and testing. Participants will take a 100-question exam administered by the Texas Department of Agriculture.
The course fee is $75 and there is an additional $60 fee for the license, which is good for five years. Lunch is included.
Participants must preregister and pick up materials before class begins. To preregister, come by the AgriLife Extension office in Austin, pay the course fee, and obtain study materials. Participants are asked to pay by check or money order made payable to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service No. 280100-60020.
In order to maintain their private applicator license, licensees are required to obtain 15 continuing education credit hours over the five-year life of the license period.
For more details, contact Sue Carrasco at 512-854-9610 or SACarrasco@ag.tamu.edu.
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