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9-11, La Vista Conference Center, 12540 Westport Parkway, La Vista, recertification in ornamental and turf pest control category. 13th St., Lincoln, recertification in structural/health-related pest control and wood-destroying organisms.Preregister at or call the Nebraska Turfgrass Association at 402-472-5351 with questions. Preregister at call the Nebraska State Pest Control Association, 402-476-1528 for copies of the program and registration information. 13th St., Lincoln, recertification in aerial pest control category.NDA testing is offered at initial training locations; in addition is computer-based testing for several categories at various testing centers. Questions about individual applicator license status should be directed to NDA by calling 402-471-2351, or 877-800-4080.Producers are open to innovative ideas that can improve soil health, but need more evidence before adding cover crops to their rotation plans, according to assistant professor Sandeep Kumar of the South Dakota State University Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science.
Each applicator pays an fee, regardless of the number of training sessions.
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.
Preregistration is required at Beatrice: Gage County Extension Office, Fairgrounds, 1115 W.
Scott, March 20.- Columbus: Platte County Courthouse, 2610 14th St., Feb. Sixth St., Suite 100, April 19.- Scottsbluff: Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center, 4502 Ave. 8 and 27, March 1, April 12.- Valentine: Cherry County Extension Office, 365 N.
Required initial training study materials range from to per manual, depending on category.