BOZEMAN —The Montana Condition College Pesticide Education System, with support from the Montana Division of Agriculture, is supplying a pest management tour for pesticide applicators at 10 spots throughout jap Montana from Oct. 4 by way of 8.
Those people in the state’s Personal Applicator Teaching District 4 need to have to generate six private applicator credits in advance of Dec. 31 to keep away from getting rid of their certification, in accordance to MSU Extension Pesticide Education and learning Professional Cecil Tharp. District 4 involves Carter, Custer, Daniels, Dawson, Fallon, Garfield, McCone, Phillips, Powder River, Prairie, Richland, Roosevelt, Rosebud, Sheridan, Treasure, Valley and Wibaux counties. Applicators can check their credits at https://mtplants.mt.gov/PesticideApplicator/ApplicationExternalSearch.aspx or speak to their county MSU Extension business office for license details.
There will be 10 onsite spots full, two for each working day. Speakers will current on a selection of subject areas, together with running rodents managing herbicide-resistant weeds drought considerations when applying pesticides drought and weed management avoiding weed unfold from hay shipments and additional. Presentations differ by locale.
Reps speaking on the tour consist of Tharp MSU Extension Forage Professional Hayes Goosey MSU Crop Weed Specialist Tim Seipel MSU Affiliate Extension Professional Noelle Orloff MSU Associate Extension Plant Pathologist Uta McKelvy and MDA Vertebrate Pest Specialist Stephen Vantassel.
Non-public applicators can show up at early morning or afternoon periods for a few credits or both equally classes for 6 credits. Extra information, which include industrial applicator credits, can be located at https://pesticides.montana.edu/events/2021pmt.html.
All areas will observe MSU and Facilities for Condition Control and Prevention insurance policies requesting mask use even though indoors. People who have tested favourable for COVID-19 in the two weeks prior to the function or who are experiencing cold- or flu-like signs need to not go to.
The tour stops are as follows:
* Monday, Oct. 4
Newmont Friendship Room at the Daniels County Museum, 720 2nd Ave., in Scobey. Sign-up by getting in touch with Inga Hawbaker, Daniels County Extension agent, 406-487-2861 or [email protected]. Sign up by Sept. 30. No rate and lunch is not supplied.
Civic Middle, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 4262 MT-16, in Plentywood. Sign up by calling Amy Bowser, MSU pesticide schooling technician, 406-994-5178 or [email protected]. Register by Sept. 30. No payment and lunch is not presented.
* Tuesday, Oct. 5
Elks Lodge, 309 2nd Ave. S., in Glasgow. Register by speaking to Shelley Mills, Valley County agriculture agent, 406-228-6241 or [email protected]. Register by Oct. 1. No rate and lunch is not furnished.
Good Northern Resort, 2 South 1st St. E., in Malta. Register by contacting Marko Manoukian, Phillips County agriculture agent, 406-654-2543 or [email protected]. Sign up by Oct. 1. The payment is $12 and lunch is furnished.
* Wednesday, Oct. 6
MSU Extension Office, 1499 N. Central Ave., in Sidney. Sign-up by speaking to Tim Fantastic, Richland County Extension agriculture agent, 406-433-1206 or [email protected]. Register by Oct. 2. No price and lunch is not provided.
McCone County Fairgrounds, 14 Fairgrounds Rd., in Circle. Sign up by getting in contact with Ken Nelson, McCone County Extension agriculture agent, 406-485-2605 or [email protected]. Sign up by Oct. 2. The cost is $10 and lunch is furnished.
* Thursday, Oct. 7
American Legion, 112 S. Logan Ave., in Terry. Sign-up by calling Sharla Sackman, Prairie County Extension agriculture agent, 406-635-2121 or [email protected]. Register by Oct. 3. No price and lunch is not provided.
Wibaux County Fairgrounds, Show Hall, 7900 Freeway 7 in Wibaux. Register by contacting Danielle Harper, Wibaux County Extension agent, 406-796-2486 or [email protected]. Sign up by Oct. 3. No cost and lunch is not furnished.
* Friday, Oct. 8
Custer County Celebration Heart, 42 Garryowen Rd., in Miles Metropolis. Sign-up by calling Mike Schuldt, Custer County Extension agriculture agent, 406-874-3370 or [email protected]. Sign up by Oct. 4. The rate is $10 and lunch is furnished.
Rosebud County Fairgrounds, Exhibit Hall, 513 N. 16th Ave., in Forsyth. Sign-up by calling Marley Manoukian, Rosebud/Treasure counties Extension agent, 406-346-7320 or [email protected]. Sign-up by Oct. 4. The charge is $10 and lunch is presented.
To sign up, make contact with the county Extension workplace where the event will happen (see particulars earlier mentioned) or online at https://www.pesticides.montana.edu/functions/2020PMT.html.
A comprehensive system agenda is accessible online at https://pesticides.montana.edu/activities/2021pmt.html. Details is also available from area Extension agents. For other thoughts, speak to Tharp at 406-994-5067 or [email protected].
The MSU Extension Pesticide Schooling Application is an academic method endorsing the right use of pesticides to secure general public well being and the surroundings. The application supports all applicators, enterprises and owners by combining educational resources and information from researchers, governmental organizations and the public.
–Montana Condition University Extension