Recertification (Renewal of Certification)
Pesticide certification is the process in which an individual becomes certified to apply restricted-use pesticides.
All pesticide certifications must be recertified, or renewed, every three years. A certificate expires the first day of April following two years from the year of issuance.
Private applicators can be recertified by two methods. One method is to attend a recertification training when a category is up for renewal. Another is to retest in the expired category by passing a monitored exam(s) at your local NDSU County Extension office.
Requests for accommodations related to disability should be made to the event contact person at least two weeks in advance of the event.