This category includes individuals who apply restricted use pesticides using any type of aircraft.
A license is required for applicators working in this category on someone else's property unless they are working under the supervision of someone who is properly licensed. Use of either a Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) or a general use pesticide will require a license.
- All aerial applicators must be certified and licensed by the Department before applying restricted use pesticides by air within the State.
- These regulations concerning aerial applicators do not in any way negate the regulations promulgated by the Aeronautics Division of the SC Department of Commerce or its successors.
- Aircraft must be secured against theft and tampering in a manner as prescribed by the Director after appropriate consultations with the affected parties or their representatives.
- Chemicals, use-dilutions, and their containers both on and off the aircraft must be secured in a manner as prescribed by the Director after appropriate consultations with the affected parties or their representatives.
There are currently no "Learning Objectives" established for Category 11 Aerial Applicator Pest Control. This manual includes the following Units and Chapters:
Unit 1 Laws and Regulations
Unit 2 Application Equipment (General)
Unit 3 Application Equipment (Liquid Materials)
Unit 4 Application Equipment (Dry Materials)
Unit 5 Mixing Equipment
Unit 6 Loading Equipment
Unit 7 Application Principles
Unit 8 Application Methods
Unit 9 Application (Deposit Pattern & Swath Spacing)
Unit 10 Application Rate
Unit 11 Application Rate (Limitations & Restrictions)
Unit 12 Storage and Disposal
Unit 13 Protecting the Environment
Unit 14 Safety Unit 15 Summary
There is currently no "Test Your Knowledge" section developed for Category 11 Aerial Applicator Pest Control.