Obtaining and Maintaining a Pesticide Applicator License in New Hampshire

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What you should know


In New Hampshire, pesticide licensing requirements are for people applying pesticides to produce an agricultural commodity for sale or distribution (Private Applicator); anyone applying pesticides on a property of another (Commercial Applicator); or anyone selling or distributing restricted use pesticides in the state (Dealer).


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Invasive species are an increasingly common issue in New Hampshire forests, and a growing number of municipalities and private landowners are struggli... Learn More
What you should know about the training sessions.
What you should know about the training sessions. Learn More
Is there training available to help you prepare for your applicator license exam? We offer training for initial certification in spring and for com... Learn More

Resources

In this video, John Grande introduces the applicator to a number of measuring devices (syringes, pipets, tubing, and scales) that will make measuring ... Learn More
In this video, John Grandy demonstrates a gasoline powered sprayer. Do they enhance sprayer performance?

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In this video, John Grandy discusses the importance of nozzle design and choosing the right nozzle for the job. Most backpack sprayers come with a sin... Learn More
In this video, John Grande discusses the importance of calibrating a backpack sprayer. He covers the most critical variables that will affect the accu... Learn More
In this video, John Grandy demonstrates and compares two different styles of backpack sprayers, a large internally mounted piston pump vs a small exte... Learn More
In this video, John Grandy discusses how to convert a standard backpack sprayer into a custom sprayer to meet your specific needs.

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