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Missouri Pesticides: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Missouri Pesticide Use Act, Missouri Revised Statutes (Mo. Rev. Stat.) 281.005 to 281.116; Missouri Pesticide Registration Act, Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.210 to 281.310; and regulations at 2 Missouri Code of State Regulations (CSR) 70-25

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Hazardous waste pesticides: 10 CSR 25-4.261

Farmer exemption: 10 CSR 25-5.262(1)

Restricted use pesticides: Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.025

Pesticide registration: Missouri Pesticide Registration Act, Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.210 to 281.310

Annual registration: Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.260

Wood preservatives: 2 CSR 70-40.017

Labeling: Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.240

Licensing and certification:

License classifications: 2 CSR 70-25.020 and 2 CSR 70-25.030

Applicator categories: 2 CSR 70-25.100

Certification examination: 2 CSR 70-25.090 and 2 CSR 70-25.110

Licensing: 2 CSR 70-25.060, 2 CSR 70-25.080, 2 CSR 70-25.130, 2 CSR 70-25.160, and 2 CSR 70-25.170

Financial responsibility: Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.065 and 2 CSR 70-25.065

Training:

Commercial pesticide applicators: 2 CSR 70-25.050, 2 CSR 70-25.070, and 2 CSR 70-25.090

Private applicators: 2 CSR 70-25.130 to 70-25.150

Pesticide technicians: 2 CSR 70-25.156(3) and 2 CSR 70-25.156(4)

Recordkeeping:

Pesticide use: 2 CSR 70-25.120 and 2 CSR 70-25.180

Training records: 2 CSR 70-25.156(1)

Enforcement: Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.090, Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.105, and Mo. Rev. Stat. 281.270

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit: 10 CSR 20-6.010(13)

Regulatory Agencies

Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Environmental Quality Hazardous Waste Program

DNR Division of Environmental Quality Water Pollution Control Branch Water Protection Program

Missouri Department of Agriculture (MDA) Plant Industries Division Bureau of Pesticide Control

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