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Category:

Application Technology
Class:

Agriculture, Industrial, Landscape,Forestry, and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Category:

Application Technology
Class:

Agriculture, Forestry, Industrial, Landscape and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Spray drift is an applicator's worst nightmare. It is a leading cause of complaints for sprayer applicators. In the last few years, nozzle manufactures have developed different types of nozzles to help reduce drift. This web cast seminar looks at different types of nozzles and how they work. Also examined are other ways to reduce drift besides nozzle selection.
Category:

Safety and Environment
Class:

All Classes and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Category:

IPM
Class:

All Classes and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Key regulatory changes and what they mean and public impact ; Pesticide Safety and reporting issues. Species at Risk Regulation
Category:

Application Technology
Class:

All Classes
Credits:
1
It is part of every applicator’s job to complete their pesticide applicator records when applying pesticides. Join Tim as he reviews what is required, how long they must be kept and ways you may be able to simplify them. Health Canada’s Buffer Zone calculator is discussed and used to show applicators other tools available that may affect their applications near open bodies of water.
Category:

Application Technology
Class:

Agriculture, Industrial, Landscape, Forestry and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
It is important to have specific areas on your property that meet the proper criteria for loading pesticides and also for cleaning of equipment. This seminar will discuss requirements for primary and secondary pesticide loading sites. It will also discuss design of equipment cleaning areas and cleaning procedures for spray equipment
Category:

IPM
Class:

All Classes and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Pesticide resistance is increasing throughout the world. What can we do as applicators to prevent this or slow it down. The scope of resistance is discussed as well as definitions. The different types of resistance are discussed and applicators will realize they have a high level of control on some types of resistance and lower levels of control on others. Ways applicators can reduce pesticide resistance is presented.
Category:

Safety and Environment
Class:

All Classes and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Pesticide storage is an important aspect of being a pesticide applicator. It is important to store your pesticides correctly. This web cast reviews some of the basic concepts to follow when storing pesticides. Many of the rules and regulations of pesticide storage are easy to compile with such as signage and organization. Take this one hour web cast to update your knowledge on pesticide storage so that you store your pesticides properly and safely.
Category:

Safety and Environment
Class:

All Classes
Credits:
1
As the world changes and communication and social media increase, the concept of a social license becomes very important. Social license is defined and examples are given. Social license applies to many aspects of society and pesticides is one that we must address. We as applicators need to communicate our IPM programs with the public so they realize that we are always using an IPM program when dealing with pests. Pesticides and pesticide application are under more and more scrutiny and we must understand what our social license is and how to improve it to ensure we have the opportunity to use pesticides in the future
Category:

Safety and Environment
Class:

All Classes and BC Dispenser
Credits:
1
Alberta water strategy; pesticide use in Alberta; Agronomic and environmental considerations; Pesticides characteristics and fate in the environment.