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Pesticide Recordkeeping Survey

Any time a Private applicator uses a restricted use pesticide (RUP), they are required to keep records of said use. As product labels have changed, so, too, has the need for improved record keeping options by Private applicators applying several commonly used herbicides

To help producers meet those record keeping requirements, the Kansas State Pesticide Safety program is working to collect data on what producers need to be able to more efficiently keep accurate records. They are doing so via a seven question survey developed to gather perceptions related to the use of pesticide recordkeeping books/apps and what tools you would like to see to assist in the recordkeeping process. When you have a chance, check the survey out at: https://kstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_86r84ilD5huDIUZ

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