- Date of Publication
- July 7, 2021
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Course Information This online course will help land owners and managers become familiar with clearing brush and trees, as well as how to manage invasive and encroaching brush species with individual plant treatment (IPT) herbicide applications. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:Follow the steps to obtain and maintain a TDA herbicide applicator's licenseIdentify and acquire necessary personal protective equipment for applying herbicidesSelect the correct application method: handheld, backpack, foliar, ATV or UTV, etc. Select appropriate nozzles, check valves, and use them properlyEffectively manage mesquite, greenbriar, Macartney rose, prickly pear, redberry and blueberry Juniper, and Eastern Red cedarMix herbicides in the correct orderClean equipment thoroughly while disposing of chemicals safelyAssess weather forecasts to determine safe conditions for applicationLocate free resources to guide your applicationsCertificate RequirementsThis course is for CEU credit. To earn credit, you must complete all modules, a post-test to gauge knowledge gain, and a satisfaction survey. There is no minimum score that you must meet. After successful completion of this course, you will earn:1 General Pesticide Factors1 General Equipment Characteristics1 Laws and Regulations
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