Residents who are seeking treatment options for spotted lanternfly can click to find a licensed "Ornamental and Turf" Pesticide company in their area. Make sure to select "Ornamental and Turf" in the drop-down menu and then click "Search for Businesses licensed for this Category." More Info

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Pesticide Application Recertification

Pesticide Application Recertification Private Certification is valid for three years, and Commercial Certification is valid for one year. After this period of time, you must demonstrate that you obtained the required Continuing Education Credit hours per applicable category or retake the exam(s). Hours Needed for Recertification: Private Applicators need to obtain three (3) Continuing Education […]

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Related Links

AAPCO – Association of American Pesticide Control Officials, Inc. AAPSE – American Association of Pesticide Safety Educators ASPCRO – Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials EPA – Consumer Labeling Initiative Read the Label First EPA’s Endangered Species Program EPA – United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA – Worker Protection Information Site IPM Institute of […]

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Pesticide Enforcements

ENF – Lawn Doctor of Dover /Middletown FY21

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Pesticide Business Licenses

The following summary sets forth the requirements of the Delaware Pesticide Law and the rules and regulations promulgated for its administration as they pertain to Pesticide Applicator Business Licenses. Complete the process to obtain a Delaware Pesticide Business License using our online Salesforce application or download the Business License Application.   Qualifying for a License

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Pesticide Applicator Certification

Who Needs To Be Certified To Apply Pesticides In Delaware? Anyone buying or using a restricted use pesticide must be certified by the Delaware Department of Agriculture (DDA).   Anyone in the business of applying pesticides, either restricted use or general use to the land or property of another must be certified and obtain a […]

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