Professional Applicator Record Keeping

Professional Applicator Pesticide Application Record Certified professional applicators must maintain records of all pesticide applications pursuant to IDAPA 02.03.03.150. These records must be retained for a period of three (3) years following the application of the pesticide. Items to be recorded are:

  • The name and address of the owner or operator of each property treated; and
  • The specific crop, animal, or property treated; and
  • The location by the address, general legal description (township, range, and section) or latitude/longitude of the specific crop, animal, or property treated; and
  • The size or amount of specific crop, animal, or property treated; and
  • The trade name or brand name of the pesticide applied; and
  • The total amount of pesticide applied; and
  • The dilution applied or rate of application; and
  • The EPA registration number of the pesticide applied; and
  • The date of application; and
  • The time of day when the pesticide is applied; and
  • The approximate wind velocity; and
  • The approximate wind direction; and
  • The full name of the person recommending the pesticide application; and
  • The full name of the professional applicator applying the pesticide; and
  • The license number of the professional applicator applying the pesticide.

 

Worker protection information exchange, if required by the worker protection standard, prior to pesticide application, shall be documented by:

  • Date of Contact
  • Time of Contact
  • Name of grower/operator contacted

 

Helpful Links: Restricted Use Pesticide Record Keeping Inspection Recordkeeping Brochure Pesticide Record Keeping Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

 

If you have any questions or in need of assistance, please contact:

Vic Mason Agriculture Program Manager (208) 332-8628

OR

Bob Spencer Bureau Chief (208) 332-8613