Hefner, M., Kratsch, H. and Harrison, D. 2020, Pesticide Safety Training: Handling Pesticides Safely Video, University of Nevada, Extension, YouTube Channel

Handling pesticides safely involves more than just applying them correctly. You must also store and transport pesticides properly. So, in this video, we’ll talk about handling pesticides safely, which includes four areas of safety: properly storing pesticides, safely transporting pesticides, disposing of unused pesticides, and disposing of pesticide containers.

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Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management program is a long-term management strategy that uses a combination of tactics to reduce pests to tolerable levels with potentially lower costs for the pest manager and minimal effect on the environment.

 

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