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Pesticide Safety Education Program Montana State University

Pesticide Safety Education Program Montana State University. Pesticide Recordkeeping Jeopardy!. Pesticide Label Jeopardy!. Required Recordkeeping Items 10 Points Number ending with -11. What is?. *Private Applicator Certification Number.

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Pesticide Safety Education Program Montana State University

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  1. Pesticide Safety Education ProgramMontana State University Pesticide Recordkeeping Jeopardy!

  2. Pesticide Label Jeopardy!

  3. Required Recordkeeping Items 10 PointsNumber ending with -11 What is? *Private Applicator Certification Number

  4. Required Recordkeeping Items 20 PointsObject or Item receiving the pesticide treatment What is? *Crop, Commodity, Stored Product or Site

  5. Required Recordkeeping Items 30 PointsThe ingredient responsible for the action of the product What is? *Active Ingredient

  6. Required Recordkeeping Items 40 PointsPeriod of time applicator must wait before entering treated area What is? *Restricted Entry Interval (REI)

  7. Required Recordkeeping Items 50 PointsNumber located on the product label identifying the company holding the registration and identifying the specific product What is? *EPA Registration Number (264-516)

  8. Recordkeeping Laws 10 PointsLegislation requiring applicators to maintain records What Is? *Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990 (commonly referred to as the 1990 Farm Bill)

  9. Recordkeeping Laws 20 PointsAmount of time from the date of restricted use pesticide application, you have to record information What is? *14 Days

  10. Recordkeeping Laws 30 PointsPeriod of time applicators must maintain records following application What Is? * 2 Years

  11. Recordkeeping Laws 40 PointsIndividuals who have access to your RUP records Who are? *USDA authorized representatives who present I.D. *State authorized representatives who present I.D. *Licensed health care professionals

  12. Recordkeeping Laws 50 Points Potential civil penalties for failure to comply What are? *1st violation - not more than $650 *Subsequent violations – minimum of $1,100

  13. Recordkeeping Calibration/Mixing/Labels 10 pointsWhat chemical name must be recorded by private applicators What Is? *Brand or Product name

  14. Recordkeeping Calibration/Mixing/Labels 20 PointsAppears as a major category in the recordkeeping manual and refers to thequantity of product used before mixing with water and/or other substances? What Is? *“Total Amount Applied”

  15. Recordkeeping Calibration/Mixing/Labels 30 pointsA spot treatment is the use of a (RUP) on the same day to a total area treated of less than _______ ? What Is? *1/10th of an acre (4,356 square ft)

  16. Recordkeeping Calibration/Mixing/Labels 40 pointsYour sprayer is calibrated at 30 GPA and you spray out 300 gallons, this means you have sprayed _____ acres? What Is? (Gallons/GPA = # Acres) *10 acres

  17. Recordkeeping Calibration/Mixing/Labels 50 pointsIf you must treat 10 acres and a pesticide label calls for an application rate of .5 pints per acre, How many pints of undiluted product must be added to your tank? What Is? (acres x application rate) *5 pints

  18. Recordkeeping General Questions 10 PointsCategory of pesticides subject to recordkeeping requirements? What are? *Restricted Use Pesticides

  19. Recordkeeping General Questions 20 PointsWhat type of pesticide products have increased risks towards the environment, humans, or animals? What Is? *Restricted Use Products

  20. Recordkeeping General Questions 30 PointsState agency responsible for establishing recordkeeping methods and providing for the review and submission of records? What Is? *Montana Department of Agriculture

  21. Recordkeeping General Questions 40 Points When recording location, applicators may use any of which methods? (more than one answer is correct) What Is? *County, Range, Township, Section *Legal property description *Name/written description *Permanent ID system of your choosing

  22. Recordkeeping General Questions 50 PointsOn average there is a total annual time burden per record keeper of? What Is? *.35 hours

  23. Recordkeeping Benefits 10 PointsAccurate pesticide records assist with knowing the correct amount of pesticide to use which can save the applicator _______? What Is? *Money $$$

  24. Recordkeeping Benefits 20 PointsGood records may prevent future failures by documenting _______ What Is? *What pesticide worked or didn’t work

  25. Recordkeeping Benefits 30 PointsPesticide records supply evidence that pesticides were mixed and applied in compliance with label directions and may provide __________ protection What Is? *Liability (lawsuit)

  26. Recordkeeping Benefits 40 PointsIn the event of pesticide exposure, records may assist _______ with treatment specific to that pesticide Who are? * Medical personnel

  27. Recordkeeping Benefits 50 pointsBy monitoring your annual product applications, an applicator can reduce long term ________ of pests by altering the active ingredients periodically. What Is? *Resistance

  28. Pesticide Safety Education Program Montana State University Pesticide Recordkeeping Jeopardy!

  29. Acknowledgements: Adapted from UNL Pesticide Safety Education Programs & further edited by the Montana State University Pesticide Safety Education Program (Paul Dumond, PSEP Program Assistant and Cecil Tharp, Pesticide Education Specialist)

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