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In 2018 approximately 3,060 commercial and noncommercial applicators will need to be recertified.

They include fumigators, ornamental and turf applicators, exterminators and others.

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Available categories vary at each of the locations; check the schedule booklet or website for details.

Those seeking initial certification must pre-register for one of the following training sessions and purchase study materials at least 10 days in advance.

The statewide training is coordinated through the Nebraska Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP).

Again this year the training is offered at a variety of locations from January through April, said Clyde Ogg, Nebraska Extension pesticide safety educator.

Commercial and noncommercial applicators whose certifications expire in April are to be mailed a schedule booklet showing certification information and dates.

The booklet also is available at local extension offices; by phoning PSEP at 800-627-7216 or 402-472-1632; or by visiting

Separate training opportunities will be held for dicamba products Xtendi Max, Fe Xapan and Engenia, now classified as RUPs.

Information related to that training is to be available in early 2018."Commercial applicators are those using restricted use pesticides, and in some cases, general use pesticides, on a contract or for-hire basis," Ogg said.

Applicants can study by themselves, although for best results Ogg recommends combining training with study materials."Training combined with individual study has the best track record for preparing someone to take the state license exams," Ogg said.

Recertification opportunities are available at extension offices in February and March, and at several annual conferences and trade association meetings early in 2018.

Kumar, who leads the SDSU project, is one of 26 scientists working on a U. Department of Agriculture project to determine how cover crops, such as oats, sorghum, turnips, radishes and millet, planted after harvest for grazing can affect soil health.

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