March 17, 2020
Issue 2
By Paul Kassel, ISU Field Agronomist
 
Cancelled and scheduled pesticide applicator testing.
 
The following IDALS Pesticide Bureau testing locations are cancelled.
· March 17 at Everly and Mason City
· March 18 at Emmetsburg
· March 24 at Garner and Orange City
· March 25 at Rock Rapids.
 
These alternative test sites are currently closed but will be open at some time in the near future. However, the exact date cannot be confirmed at this time.
  • Iowa Central Community College, Storm Lake, 515 574 1071
  • Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, 515 574 1044
  • Iowa Lakes Community College, Emmetsburg, 712 852 5317
  • North Iowa Community College, Mason City, 515 422 4237
The IDALS Pesticide Bureau has testing dates and locations beginning in April (scroll to the bottom of the document). Call to confirm availability.

-          Primghar, April 6, May 4, 712 957 5045
-          Adel, April 21, May 19, 515 993 4281
-          Sioux City, April 13, May 11, 712 276 2157
-          Mason City, April 16, May 21, 641 423 0844

Remaining planned private pesticide applicator re-certification meetings.

Private Continuing Instructional Course Last Chance meetings. Attendees can view a DVD to maintain private pesticide certification.
-          Storm Lake, April 14, 9:00 to 11:30, 712 732 5056
-          Garner, April 14, 9:30 to 11:30, 641 923 2856
-          Sac City, April 15, 9:00 to 11:30, 1:30 to 4:00, 712 662 7131
-          Pocahontas, April 14 and 15, 9:30 to 11:30, 712 335 3103
-          Algona, April 15, 1:00 to 3:30, 515 295 2469

Remaining Private Continuing Instructional Course face to face meetings.
-          April 6, Sibley, 7:00pm, 712 754 3648
-          April 7, Sheldon, 7:00pm, 712 957 5045
-          April 8, George, 1:30pm, 712 472 2576
-          April 14, Eagle Grove, 7:00pm, 515 532 3453

     
Prepared by:
  Paul Kassel- Extension Field Agronomist

 

Phone:  (712) 262-2264

 
 
 

Serving Clay, Buena Vista, Dickinson, Emmet, Hancock, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Sac and Winnebago Counties

 

 

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