West Virginia – Arborchem Online Pesticide Training

West Virginia Online Training Policy

The State of West Virginia requires the completion of a one 30-minute video and a passing grade of 70% (five out of seven questions correct) on a seven-question quiz to be assigned credits.

Once you watch the video in its entirety and pass the quiz, your information will be forwarded on to WV Dept. of Agriculture. Please be sure when signing up for the course to provide you name, email, phone number, and pesticide license number.

The State of West Virginia requires Commercial & Certified Public Applicators to earn 20 credits (10 hrs) every 3 years, Private Applicators to earn 10 credits (5 hrs) every 3 years, and Registered Technicians to earn 4 credits (2 hrs) every year prior to renewal.

Adjuvants

1 Credit in the following categories: Category 3 (Forest Pest Control), Category 7 (ROW/Industrial Weed), Category 11 (Demonstration and Research), Category 12 (Pesticide Storage and Distribution), and Category 13C (Hardwood Tree Release).

Adjuvants are all additional products that are added to the spray tank outside of the pesticide. This presentation will cover how all the adjuvants play a part in the success of a spray program. Surfactants, drift control agents, defoamers, dyes, and water buffering agents will all be covered by this talk.

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Application Calibration

1 Credit in Core

This module will cover proper application calibration. Proper calibration ensures that the proper amount of herbicide is delivered per acre to provide adequate coverage of the target plant or spray zone. This particular training will be more suited towards the indutrial bareground weed control applicator.

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Herbicide Application and Control Measures For Competing Vegetation in Northeast Forests - PA

1 Credit in the following categories: Category 5 (Forest Pest Control), Category 10 (ROW and Weeds), Category 18 (Demonstration and Research), Category 23 (Parks/School Pest Control).

This course discusses the common invasive and interfering vegetation that hinder proper forest regeneration. The course also covers all of the current herbicide application methods used in the Northeast to control these competing plants and trees. Hilighted are the herbicides that are widely used by commercial applicators and landowners.

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Invasive Shrubs/Plants, Tough to Control Weeds, and Their Chemical Control in Right-of-Ways and Natural Lands

1 Credit in the following categories: Category 5 (Forest Pest Control), Category 6 (Aquatic Pest Control), Category 10 (ROW and Weeds), Category 18 (Demonstration and Research), Category 23 (Parks/School Pest Control).

This course reviews a number of problematic invasive shrubs, plants, and tough to control weeds. We'll cover how this plants became invasive or tough to control and lastly provide solid herbicide mixes that will control these pest plants.

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Woody Vegetation Management on Rights-of-Way

1 Credit in the following categories: Category 5 (Forest Pest Control), Category 10 (ROW and Weeds), Category 18 (Demonstration and Research), Category 23 (Parks/School Pest Control).

Vegetation management applications available to utility right-of-way managers today. All application methods are discussed and explained.

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