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The 2024 private pesticide applicator training dates, times, and locations have been set. Notification letters will be sent out by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture to applicators whose license will expire in 2024. Pre-registration is required for all training dates and locations as seating space may be limited.

First, applicators’ new licenses will be tan in color and have the words “General Agriculture” and the code 00 printed on it.

Contact: Gary Stone, 308-632-1319; Karen DeBoer, 308-254-4455; John Thomas, 308-762-5616

 Nebraska Extension will conduct chemigation certification training sessions in February, March and April across the state, including Alliance, Sidney, Bridgeport, and Scottsbluff. Training and testing will also be available online. 

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