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Urban Pesticide Applications -- Notification Requirements and Sign Specifications for Commercial and Public Applicators in Iowa
This two-page fact sheet gives notification requirements and sign specifications for commercial and public pesticide applicators in urban areas of Iowa.
Reviewed and updated as requirements change.
Protecting Bees in Iowa
Beekeepers and commercial pesticide applicators play important roles in protecting Iowa's bees. This publication outlines actions both groups can take to reduce the risks to bees that benefit Iowa's agroecosystem.
Protecting Bees from Pesticides
Know what to look for when checking pesticide labels for insecticides that can harm pollinators, especially bees. Find out about the insecticides that are most toxic to honey bees, bumble bees, and native solitary bees. Also find 10 ways that individuals can help protect bees. Includes several online sources of information.
Keeping pesticides and nutrients in the field (Unit=Pkg of 25)
Find management practices that keep pesticides and nutrients in the field and out of Iowa's rivers and streams. Describes how pesticides move through the soil. Includes a checklist of management practices to protect water resources.
(Previously known as PAT 0055)
Certified Handler Manual - Iowa
This manual is for individuals planning to become a certified handler.
You do not need to refer to any other pesticide applicator manual to prepare for the certified handler exam.
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Pesticides and Water Quality
Find out how you can reduce pesticide contamination of water — whether you're treating a corn field, a lawn, or a building structure. You'll know more about Iowa watersheds, runoff, and leaching as well as best management practices to follow.
Previously known as PAT 0049X
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Chemicals: The Good, The Bad, and The Deadly -- The Mystery Club
Farm safety newsletter and activities for youth, focusing on chemicals, brought to you by Captain Overalls, safety crusader.
What to do When Clothes are Soiled with Pesticide -- Family Pesticide Safety
Studies indicate that using the laundering practices outlined in this pamphlet can reduce pesticide contamination for many pesticides so that it is measurable only in trace amounts.
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