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STATE OF CALIFORNIA QUALIFIED APPLICATOR LICENSE PACKET (REV ) CERTIFICATION PO BOX 40154015 cAPPLICATOR CKET Contaiowing docum ercard Transa STARNIA DEPARTMENT OF PESGULATION QUALIFIED APPLICATOR LICENSE REQUIREMENTS (REV. ) CATLINSING REQREMENDo you needthis cense? You must possess vad QualifiApplicatLicense if you do the following: Apply or pervise the plicaon of federay restricted use pesticides orstate restricted materials for any purpose or on any property other than thatprovided by the definition of a private applicator(Title 3 of CaliforniaCode of Regulations [3 CCR], section 6000)Supervise the pesticide applications made by a licensed pest controlbusiness and are responsible for its safe and legal operation. The QALshall include the categories of pest control activities they supervise(Food and Agricultural Code [FAC] sections 11701-11709)Dealedesignated agent privUnder this license, you malact a lipest conol dealdesignated agt, whiallows you to tively rvise all operations a pecontrol dealelocation. Basic sing requiYou mobtain a L by subming the appliti, appropriate fees, and passinthe ruirmitiExaminations You must pass tRegulations, and Basic Pnciplexaminaon and at leasone peconttegory examion wh a sre of 70 pernt higher (3 CCR section . Tpest col tegories for this cenare as followRedential, Industrial, and Insutional Landscape Maintenance Right-of-Plant Agriculture Forest Aquatic Regulatory Treatment Animal Agcuure Demotran and ResHealth RelatPreservative Antifouling Tributyltin LiRoot trol eld FumiMicrobist Control Exam schedule/ processing time The DPR Schedule posted on oueb site www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/ license/liccert.htmYour application be postmarked the final filing date listed in the amination schedule in order for your requested month, location, type examination(s) to processed. Continued on next ge individual who uses supervises the use a pesticide produce agricultural commodity property owned, leased rented him/her his/her employer; a householder who uses supervises the use pesticide outside a residential dwelling control ornamental, plant turf pests residential property owned, leased, rented by that householder. e 2 QualifApplicatoLicenLicensing Preparifor examinioTo prepare for the examination, you should read the appropriate study materials listed on the Suggested Study Material Source List included in this packet. Many the study materials have practice test questions the end of chapter that can help you evaluate whether you know the material well enough to pass the exam. For some tegories, DKnowlge Expectations web site that outlithe of informaon you will expectto know when you take the examination. Appcation fee he application fee is $80 for this license (3 R section 6502). This fee allows an applicant a 12 month period to become licensed. ExaminatThe examination fee is $50 (3 R section 6505) for each examination requested, including: adding categories;escheduling due to failure to appear or obtain a passing scorSecond -year fee new applicant passing the required examinations may be required to pay Second-year order issue your 2-year license, additional required. The 2-year cycles are illustrated the table below. If y o ur l ast n a m e b e g i ns w i t h Then yo u r l i c e n se w ill A t h r o u g h L Expire o n December 31 of even - numbered years (e.g. 2018, 20 20, 2022, etc.) M t h r ou gh Z Expire o n December 31 of odd numbered years (e.g. 2017, 2019, 2021, etc.) Valinses List of valid licenses and certificates may be viewed a t www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/currlic.ht m . cedution Refer to the table above for expiration date. Contiing education Once you pass the examination(s) and receive your license, you must accumulate a determined amount of approved continuing education (CE) hours. DPR will inform you of the number of approved CE hours you are required to complete.After your first renewal, you are required to accumulate at least 20 hours of approved continuing education (CE) every two years before license renewal. Four of the 20 hours must cover the topic of pesticide laws and regulations (3 R section 6511). Continued on nge Some new license holders may require fewer CE hours for their first renewal depending on when the license was issued. The Page 3 QualifApplicatoLicensicensing Continuing education (con't) QAL holders who have category are required complete eight hours approved after their first renewal. holders who have category only are required complete four hours approved after their first renewal. Two the hours must cover pesticide laws and regulations section 6511). your responsibility ensure that you complete the number hours required in each category prior renewal your QAL. more information, you find the following on our website: requirements: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/conted.htmDPR-approved CE courses: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/classes/htmRenewal fee renewal fee is $120 for the 2-year cycle (3 CCR section 6502). Late renewal fee ate of 50 percent of total renewal will be charged h license or certificate postmarked after December 31 of your expiration year. The following chart sts possiblmisllaneous es. Type Details Namange You must immiately nofy the Linsing and Certification Program in writi(3 R section 65). You must submit legdocumts rtying the namchang A new lill be tomally issued fall namchanges. The Address Change/Name Change/Rlacement Cardis availle on our webse at.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/linse/lcforms.htmAddrechange You must immiately nofy the Linsing andCertification Program in writi(3 R section 65). This fis only requirif you request a nlicens The Address Change/Name Change/Rlacement Cardis availle on our webse at.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/linse/lcforms.htmDupcate This fapplito requests fa dcate orment licee. The Address Change/Name Change/Rlacement Cardis availle on our webse at.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/linse/lcforms.htmName and/or addrechange fees are waived when adding pest control category at renewal. Continued on next page Page 4 QualifApplicatoLicense momistakes mmon appcaon errors are IncofeesMissing the fil filing dateNot ecifying your preferrmonth, location, and te of examiti(s)You avoid these errors by ring the alition instructions refuy and by mayour applicaon beffinal fing datai add Pesticide Regulation Certification Program P.O. Box 4015 Sacramento, CA 95812-4015 For mrmation �� blank STATE OF CALIFORNIA QUALIFIED APPLICATOR LICENSE APPLICATION DEPARTMENT OF PESTICIDE REGULATION PEST MANAGEMENT AND LICENSING BRANCH LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM P.O. BOX 4015 SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 958124015 (914454038 DPRPML001 (REV. 01/18)age 1 of 2 The mailing address you indicate on this application is your address of record for your license, therefore it is public information. You may wish to use a post office box in lieu of a physical address. E-MailLicenseMail@cdpr.ca.gov Web site: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/ Application Type. Check the appropriate box(es). FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS, SEE PAGE 2REEXAMINATION FAIL OR NO SHOW ON PREVIOUS EXAM NEW APPLICATION (New Application Fee of $80 is required in Section G).ADDING PEST CONTROL CATEGORY(IES) pplicant Information NAME (Last) (First) (Middle Initial) QAL NUMBER (License/Application #) (if applicable) MAILING ADDRESS (Number and Street or P.O. Box) WORK PHONE NUMBER ( ) (City) (County) (State) (ZIP Code) CELL PHONE NUMBER ( ) HOME PHONE NUMBER ( ) CURRENT EMPLOYER (Check only one box) E - MAIL ADDRESS Other or N/A City State Federal Pest Control Business County Maintenance Gardener EMPLOYER NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS (If Applicable) (Number and Street or P.O. Box, City, State, Zip Code) xamination Laws, Regulations and Basic PrincipleNo fee or examination is required if you: This examinationust bein addition toone or (1) Have a valid PCA, APC, or icense/CertificateNumber:Have passed thisone (1) yearn addition to the exam in Section C above to become a QAL. Only four (4) examinations may be taken at one time (including Laws, Regulations andBasic Principles).Aquatic $50Regulatory $50vailability. FIRST CHOICE - EXAMINATION MONTH & LOCATION SECOND CHOICE - EXAMINATION MONTH & LOCATION easonableAccommodation Check if you need reasonable accommodation to take a written exaFees. fees are nontransferable and nonrefundable. (Make check payable "DPR Cashier") Amotal Amounew Application Fee (Fee is valid for 12 months)(If required per Section $ Laws, Regulations and Basic Principles Examination Fee. (If required perSection $50 $ - Category(ies) Examination Fee(s) (If required per Section D) Enter the # of categories Total Fees Due Before SigningDuring the last three years have you had any administrative, civil, or criminal action taken against you for violation State ederal laws or regulations relating the application or use pesticides that resulted disciplinary or which any disciplinary action pendiES (Attach explanation on separate page.) eclare under penalty perjury, under laws the State California, that the information submitted true and correct APPLICANT SIGNATURE DATE SIGNED �� STATE OF CALIFORNIA QUALIFIED APPLICATOR LICENSE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS PML001 (REV. 01/18Page 2 of 2 Failure to complete or provide the requested information will delay the processing of your applicationApplication TypeCheck the appropriate box(es). New ApplicationIf you: Are applying for a Qualified Applicator License for the first time. Failed to obtain your license within 12 months from the first date of youscheduled examination. Failed to meet the renewal requirements. ReexaminationScheduling an examination on which you failed to obtain a passing score or failed to appear for a previouslyscheduled examination. Add Pest Control Category(ies)Requesting to take pest control category examinations not yet taken. If passed, the category(ies) will be added to your existing license. nformation; e-mnumbersif applicable). This examination isequired of all(Check the appropriate box) ve a valihis exemption youour currenticense or certificate (2) havLaws,eet the exemption requirementso take by checking theBasicicant musts ate of tpest control ) before a Qualifiedicense isaminations may nd Basicest once peronth. See Qualified aterial sourcaking your exam(s).es. Exam month and locatiwww.cdpr.ca.gov/doc�s/license/exam_sched.pdf.chedule, and finaearliest choice you providedsign your examReasonable Accommodationcommodation will be providedexam. Ifill be contacted via phoneNew Application Fee: $80………………………………………………………....(See Section ALaws, Regulations and Basic Principles Examination Fee: $50(See Section CCategory(ies) Examination Fee(s): $50 per exam ……………………………….…..(See Section D) Read Before SigningCheck appropriate box and provide explanation on separate page, if necessary. Declaration/Signature BlockSign and date your application. Mailing Instructions: Enclose a check, money order, or credit card information payable to “Cashier, DPR” and mail to: Cashier, Department of Pesticide Regulation P.O. Box Sacramento, California 95812 Department of PesticideRegulationPest Control Category Descriptions (Rev 3) Pest Control Category Descriptions Qualified Applicator CertificateQualified Applicator License his document provides general information to help applicators identify the most appropriate category for the type of pest control they will be performing or supervising. Contact the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) with questions. esidential, Industrial and Institutional (Category A) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in: Residential areas and around households and immediate environments; Industrial establishments, such as, packinghouses, food manufacturing and processing plants, warehouse, grain elevators and factories; Stored or post-harvest commodity fumigations at facilities or on trucks, vans, or rail cars; Mining and chemical processes; Institutions, such as, schools, hospitals, libraries, auditoriums, and office buildings; Non-landscaped outside areas, such as, walkways, parking lots, storage yards, tank farms, or electrical substations that are directly related to the operation of buildings or facilities; Treatment of cooling towers and evaporative condensers; Sanitizing institutional potable lines, dairy milk lines, and other similar areas; and Bird control on structures, when birds are damaging ornamental and turf plantings adjacent to structure.This category does not cover the use of pesticides for landscape maintenance, nor does it include structural pest control for hire. Structural pest control involves the control of pests, which may invade households or otherstructures. A business that is involved in structural pest control for hire is licensed by the Structural Pest Control Board. For more information, contact the Structural Pest Control Board, www.pestboard.ca.gov; or call (916) 561-8704. Landscape Maintenance (Category B) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in the maintenance of preexisting, planted or artificial ornamental plants and turf. This includes trees, shrubs, flowers and other plantings intended primarily for aesthetic purposes in and around habitations, buildings and surrounding grounds, including residences, parks, streets and commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. also includes landscaped areas in enclosed shopping malls and indoor plants.This category does not include direct application to running or standing water. Note: If you own or work for a licensed Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business the areas where you can legally conduct pest control, including use of pesticides, are limited to incidental pest control on sites included in the scope of the Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business license. For more information, see Subcategory Q below or the Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business License Packet at http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/app_packets/mgardener.pdf Righ-of-Way (Category C) his category allows to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices tocontrol pests in: Maintenance of roads, highways, power lines, telephone lines, pipelines, canals,railroads or other similarsites; Landscaped right-of-wayareas.This category does not include direct application to running or standing water. ant Agriculture (Category D) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in: Production of food, feed, fiber, or ornamental crops; Grasslands and non-crop agricultural areas; Rice and similar crops grown in wet or flooded fields. This category does not cover applications to running or standing water or field fumigation applications. orest (Category E) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in: Forest,forestnurseries,andforestseed-producing areas; Sitepreparationfortree planting, coniferreleasebrushcontrol projects, and stump treatment inforestry management.This category does not include direct applications to running or standing water. quatic (Category F) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in or on standing or running water.This category does not include the use of restricted use pesticides for health related, regulated pests, demonstration and research, sewerline root pest control purposes or applications to rice and similar crops grown in wet or flooded fields. egulatory (Category G) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in official government programs for the control of regulated pests, such as CDFA quarantine programs for Mediterranean fruit fly, Asian citrus psyllid, etc. Seed Treatment (Category H) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to protect seedfor planting. nimal Agriculture (Category I) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests on animals and the facilitieswhich the animalsareconfined. emonstration and Research (Category J) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices when: Demonstrating proper application techniques to others if conducting approved field research; Pesticide Research Authorization form has been submitted and approved by DPR. See website for form tp://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/registration/regforms/ra/ramenu.htm. This category is not required of applicators that demonstrate proper techniques, provided they hold all specific categories covering the type of pest control being performed. alth Related (Category K) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in official programs for the management and control of pests having medical and public health importance, such as official government mosquito abatement programs. Preservation (Subcategory L) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control pests in: Wood damage; Wood preservation application within the scope Residential, Industrial and Institutional, and Right-of-Way pest control categories. Antifouling Paints or Coatings Containing Tributyltin (Subcategory M) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of antifouling paints or coatings containing tributyltin to control the growth aquatic organisms on aluminum vessel hulls, commercial or recreational vessel hulls 82 feet or more in length, and/or on outboard motors and lower drive units. ewer Line Root Control (Subcategory N) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use pesticides, substances, methods, or devices to control roots in sewerlines. Field Fumigation (Subcategory O) his category allows you to apply or supervise the application of restricted and general use fumigants to control pests in field soil only.This category does not include fumigation of potting soil, soil in greenhouses, or tree/vine hole sites. It also does not include the use of fumigants for rodent and gopher control in fields. crobial Pest Control (Subcategory P) his category allows you to conduct microbial pest control when engaged in activities, which include: Sulfur dioxide fumigant to treat corks and wooden barrels used in wine production; Disinfect potablewater systems; Industrial cooling towers and evaporative condensers. Maintenance Gardener (Subcategory Q) QAC ONLY his subcategory allows incidental* pest control (including application or supervision of the application of non- restricted** pesticides and other methods or devices to control pests) for commercial maintenance gardening activities in ornamental and turf plantings located: Indoors, such as in malls; Surrounding structures(such buildings, brickwalls, fountains, fences, or statues) where the ornamental or turf planting is near or close to the structure yet distinct and separate from any planting which may constitute a larger landscaped open space (i.e., park, cemetery lawn, golf course turf, etc.); or In commercial parks where several commercial establishments (e.g. stores, offices, restaurants, warehouses or factories) are located. This includes, but is not limited to business parks, office parks, and shopping centers or malls.*Incidental pest control is a result or minor consequence of a Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business’s overall ornamental and turf maintenance activities.**Non-restricted pesticides:If you have Subcategory Q you cannot apply or supervise application of any pesticide classified as a lifornia restricted material, this includes all pesticides with the “Restricted Use Pesticide” box on the front panel. The remaining “general use pesticides” are available for purchase by anyone, provided they are applied according to labeling instructions on the individual’s own property or with permission of the property owner. A person regularly engaged in the business of maintenance gardening who engages in pest control for hire incidental to the maintenance gardening business must also obtain a Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business License. See the Maintenance Gardener Pest Control Business License packet for more information at http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/app_packets/mgardener.pdf. This category does not include direct application to running or standing water. Department of Pesticide Regulation Suggested Study Material Source List (Rev 09/20) Suggested Study Material Source ListQualified Applicator Certificate (QAC) Qualified Applicator License (QAL)Studying the suggested study material can make the difference between passing and failing Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) QAC and QAL examinations. The examinations are based on the study materials listed below. Options for obtaining the study material include purchasing, viewing or downloading from the web, and borrowing from public or college libraries. Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles of Safe and Effective Pesticide Use (Core Exam) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles of Safe and Effective Pesticide Use (Core exam). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_r.pdf Laws and Regulations Study Guide, Third Edition. DPR, 2020. DPR, online: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/pubs/laws_regs_study_guid e.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . University of California Integrated Pest Management (UC IPM) Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Residential, Industrial, and Institutional (Category A) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Residential, Industrial, and Institutional (Category A). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_a.pdf Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, Second Edition. P.J. O’ConnorMarer, 2006. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Landscape Maintenance (Category B) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Landscape Maintenance (Category B). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_b.pdf Landscape Maintenance Pest Control . P.J. O’Connor - Marer, 2006. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Suggested Study Material Source List Rightof-Way (Category C) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Right - of - Way (Category C) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_c.pdf Forest and Right - of - Way Pest Control . S.H. Dreistadt, 2013. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Plant Agriculture (Category D) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Plant Agriculture (Category D) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_d.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR: Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 - 8849 Plant Agriculture Pest Control: A Study Manual for Applicators.UC IPM Program, 2019. DPR, online: Forest (Category E) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Forest (Category E) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_e.pdf Forest and Right - of - Way Pest Control . S.H. Dreistadt, 2013. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Aquatic (Category F) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Aquatic (Category F) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_f.pdf Aquatic Pest Control . P.J. O’Connor - Marer and K.K. Garvey, 2001. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Suggested Study Material Source List Regulatory (Category G) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Regulatory (Category G) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_g.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 California Food and Agriculture Code (FAC), Division 6, Division 7, & Division 13. DPR, online: http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codesTOCSelected.xhtml ?tocCode=FAC&tocTitle=+Food+and+Agricultural+Code+ +FAC Plant Quarantine Manual . California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA). CDFA, online: http://pi.cdfa.ca.gov/pqm/manual/htm/pqm_index.htm Seed Treatment (Category H) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Seed Treatment (Category H) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_h.pdf Seed Treatment – A National Pesticide Applicator Study Manual.Pesticide Educational Resources Collaborative (PERC). NPSEC online: https://npsecstore.com/collections/seedtreatment manual?sort_by=priceascending The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Suggested Study Material Source List Animal Agriculture (Category I) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Animal Agriculture (Category I) . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_i.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Animal Pest Control Guide, A Guide for Commercial ApplicatorsOhio Department ofAgriculture, 2020 DPR, online: Animal_Ag_Study_Guide.pdf (Courtesy of Ohio Department of Agriculture) Additional website information that may be helpful. Fly Pests http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/livestock/cattle_grub. htm https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in979 http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/livestock/flies/horn_fl y.htm https://extension2.missouri.edu/g7013 https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/pdf/8258.pdf Mite and Tick Pests https://aaep.org/sites/default/files/Guidelines/Mites.pdf https://www.montereycountymosquito.com/protect yourself/ticks/familyargasidae/ https://thepoultrysite.com/articles/northernfowlmite management https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/pdf/8162.pdf Bird Pests https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1057&context=icwdmhandbook https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1069&context=icwdmhandbook https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1067&context=icwdmhandbook https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1063&context=icwdmhandbook https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1058&context=icwdmhandbook https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?articl e=1055&context=icwdmhandbook Control and Treatment Methods https://entomology.ca.uky.edu/ef513 https://ecommons.cornell.edu/bitstream/handle/1813/423 88/sheepgoatsswinerecomNYSIPM.pdf SuggestedStudy Material Source ListDemonstration and Research (Category J) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Demonstration and Research (Category J). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_j.pdf Demonstration and Research Uses of Pesticides . D. Clarke, 2003. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. Title 3, California Code of Regulations, Division 6, Sections 6260, 6261, 6262, 6263, 6264, 6266, 6268, 6270, 6272, 6602, 6618, 6619, 6761.1. DPR, online: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/legbills/calcode/chapter_.htm Health Related (Category K) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Health Related (Category . DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_k.pdf Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, Second Edition. P.J. O’ConnorMarer, 2006. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. Additional website information that may be helpful. www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/mosquitofarm12.html www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/r7600211.html www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/ www.epa.gov/mosquitocontrol www.epa.gov/reducingpesticidedrift/introductionpesticide- drift www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/documents/Module05.pdf https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/CDPH%20Docum ent%20Library/CatBBiologyandControlofMosquitoesinCA.pdf https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Imm unization/HepatitisA.aspx https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/index.htm https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/hepatitis https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/afaq.htm#A 2 https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/afaq.htm#B1 https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/afaq.htm#D1 https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/afaq.htm#B6 https://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/hav/havfaq.htm#general https://www.cdc.gov/typhus/murine/index.html https://www.who.int/docstore/water_sanitation_health/vectcontrol/ ch24.htm http://westnile.ca.gov/pdfs/CatA PestApplSafetyTrainingforApplofPHPesticides.pdf http://westnile.ca.gov/pdfs/CatC ArthropodsofPublicHealthSignificanceinCA.pdf http://westnile.ca.gov/pdfs/CatD VertebratesofPublicHealthImportanceinCA.pdf Suggested Study Material SourceListWood Preservation (Category Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Wood Preservation (Category L). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_l.pdf Wood Preservation . P.J. O’Connor - Marer and M. Grimes, 1992. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. Sewer Line Root Control (Category N) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Sewer Line Root Control (Category N). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_n.pdf Sewer Line Root Control . P.J. Marer, 1996. DPR, online: https://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/pubs/sewerline.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Field Fumigation (Category O) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Field Fumigation (Category O). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_subcat_o.pdf Addendum to the Field Fumigation Study Guide . DPR, 2011. DPR, online: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/pubs/fieldfum_studyguide_ad dendum.pdf Field Fumigation Study Guide . S. Cohen and T.A. Martin, 2009. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third dition. UC IPM Program, 2016. Microbial Pest Control (Category P) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Microbial Pest Control (Subcategory P). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_subcat_p.pdf Microbial Pest Control Study Guide . P.J. O’Connor - Marer, 2011. DPR, online: https://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/pubs/microbial_pest_control _study_guide.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition. UC IPM Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Suggested Study Material Source ListMaintenance Gardener (Category Q) QAC ONLY Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Maintenance Gardener (Subcategory Q). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_su bcat_q.pdf University of California IPM – Maintenance Gardener Exam Preparation Help Page UC, online: http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/categoryq Lawn and Residential Landscape Pest Control: A Guide for Maintenance Gardeners. S. Cohen, M.L. Flint, and N. Hine, 2009. UC ANR: Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Jardinero de Mantenimiento (Subcategoría Q) PARA QAC SOLAMENTE Material de Estudio Fuente Lista de Expectativas de Conocimientos para la licencia de certificado de aplicador de pesticidas para jardineros de mantenimiento (Subcategory. DPR, en línea: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/spanish/knowl edge_subcat_q_sp.pdf Página de ayuda de preparación de exámen de control de plagas de jardinero de mantenimiento. UC, en línea: http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/categoryq/indexsp.html Control de plagas para cesped y jardines residenciales: Una guia para jardeneros de mantenimiento. S. Cohen, M.L. Flint, and N. Hine, 2009. UC ANR: Órdene en linea al: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Órdene por teléfono: (800) 994 - 8849 -- -- -- / State of California Department of PesticideRegulationSacramento, CAWeb site: http://www.cdpr.ca.govDPR-105-A Page 1 of 1 Licens Visa / Mastercard Transaction Form Complete this payment form and mail with completed application form(s) to: ATTN: CashierDepartment of Pesticide RegulationBox 4015Sacramento, CA 95812 All sections must be completed. Do not email or fax this form. Electronically received forms will not be accepted.Failure to complete all sections of this form will result in your application and payment being delayed or rejected.Cardholder Information. Name (as it appears on the card) TelephoneNumber Card Information. Card Type(check one): Visa MastercardCard Number (16 digits): Expiration Date: Billing ZIP Code: Total Amount of Payment: $ Signature of Cardholder Billing Address(Street or PO Box Number) If the cardholder is not the licensee, or if the cardholder is paying for multiple licensees, indicate who the payment is for below. Please attach an additional sheet if needed. 1)Licensee Name )Licensee Name License Number (if applicable): License Number (if applicable): 2)Licensee Name )Licensee Name License Number (if applicable) State ZIP Code )Licensee Name )Licensee Name License Number (if applicable): License Number (if applicable): (Department Use Only) – Entered on POS by: Date Entered:Date MailedMailed By:Notes: ( ) Department of Pesticide Regulation Suggested Study Material Source List (Rev 09/20) Suggested Study Material Source ListQualified Applicator Certificate (QAC) Qualified Applicator License (QAL) Studying the suggested study material can make the difference between passing and failing Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) QAC and QAL examinations. The examinations are based on the study materials listed below. Options for obtaining the study material include purchasing, viewing or downloading from the web, and borrowing from public or college libraries. Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles of Safe and Effective Pesticide Use (Core Exam) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles of Safe and Effective Pesticide Use (Core exam). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_r.pdf Laws and Regulations Study Guide, Third Edition. DPR, 2020. DPR, online: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/pubs/laws_regs_study_guid e.pdf The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . University of California Integrated Pest Management (UC IPM) Program, 2016. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 Residential, Industrial, and Institutional (Category A) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Residential, Industrial, and Institutional (Category A). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_a.pdf Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, Second Edition. P.J. O’ConnorMarer, 2006. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016. Landscape Maintenance (Category B) Study Material Source Knowledge Expectations: Landscape Maintenance (Category B). DPR, online: www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/studymat/knowledge_cat_b.pdf Landscape Maintenance Pest Control . P.J. O’Connor - Marer, 2006. UC ANR:Order by online catalog: https://anrcatalog.ucanr.edu/ Order by phone: (800) 994 The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, Third Edition . UC IPM Program, 2016.

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