Massachusetts Pesticide Formulations Course

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Pesticide Formulations Course

In this applicator recertification ceu course you will find an overview with general information and then all of the types of formulations, which include dry powders, wettable powders, soluble powders, liquid formations, and other formulations.

Module 1 Introduction
Unit 1 Introduction
Module 2 Overview
Unit 1 Pesticide Formulations Overview
Module 3 Dry Formulations
Unit 1 Dusts (D)
Unit 2 Baits (B)
Unit 3 Granules (G)
Unit 4 Wettable Powders (W or WP) and Soluble Powders (SP)
Module 4 Liquid Formulations
Unit 1 Emulsifiable Concentrates (EC)
Unit 2 Aerosols (A)
Unit 3 Solutions (S)
Unit 4 Ultra-Low-Volume (ULV)
Module 5 Other Formulations
Unit 1 Ready-To-Use (RTU)
Unit 2 Microencapsulated (M)
Unit 3 Flowables (F)
Unit 4 Fumigants
Module 6 Quiz
Unit 1 Take the quiz


Welcome to this CEU on Formulations. My name is Zach McCulley, your instructor. I have designed this course to provide you with an essential knowledge regarding pesticide formulations. As I take you through the course, be sure to take notes on each section, as there will be a comprehensive exam at the end. Good Luck!

Zach McCulley

Zach McCulley - Instructor

Massachusetts Course Approval

CourseCourse NumberCEU
Pesticide Formulations2015-0003091hr. Any Category

CEU Pricing: $15 each

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Applicator Recertification Requirements

Applicator Recertification Requirements

All pesticide applicators and Licensed Dealers are required to accumulate these contact hours every (3) three years. The number of contact hours required is as follows:

  • Dealer License - 3 hrs.
  • Commercial Applicator License - 6 hrs.
  • Private Certification - 12 hrs. (per category)
  • Commercial Certification - 12 hrs. (per category)

At the end of your three year cycle you may be audited to verify that you have attended approved continuing education. If you do not attend the required number of contact hours you will not be able to renew your license or certification. In order to obtain a future license you would have to take the necessary exam(s) again.

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