Pesticide Information Program (PIP) Information Sheets
PIP-2 The South Carolina Recertification Program
- all private, commercial and noncommercial pesticide applicators
certified in South Carolina must meet a recertification requirement
every five years in order to maintain their applicator's licenses.
Handle Pesticides Safely - general precautions when
PIP-20 How to Use Homeowner Pesticides Safely - discusses pesticide selection, if needed; prior planning; safe application; and proper storage, disposal and cleanup.
PIP-30 Properly Rinse Pesticide Containers
- properly rinsing pesticide containers saves money, protects people
and the environment, and is a requirement under the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
PIP-36 How to Choose a Lawn Care Company - when choosing a lawn care company, follow these guidelines to help you make an informed choice.
PIP-37 Store Pesticides Safely - provides safe pesticide storage guidelines that can be applied to most storage situations, regardless of size.
PIP-38 Calibration of Pesticide Application Equipment Using the 1/128th Method -
an easy method for preparing and calibrating your sprayer for a
specific application at the beginning of a season or during the season
when you change your type of spraying.
PIP-40 Calibrating Liquid Hand Pump and Backpack
Sprayers - Methods for calibrating manual sprayers and tips for
making your manual sprayer applications more uniform.
Pesticides and Storms, What to Do About Your Pesticides
Before a Storm - provides guidance on securing
and generally preparing yourself and your stored pesticides in the event
of a severe storm.
Pesticide Recordkeeping Requirements for Private Applicators -
Carolina, all private pesticide applicators
are required to maintain records or display information on their pesticide
applications under three different
Pesticide Recordkeeping Requirements for Commercial & Non-commercial
Applicators - In South Carolina, commercial
and non-commercial pesticide applicators may be required to maintain
records on their pesticide applications under more than one regulation.
Pesticide Application Information Disclosure Requirements -
In South Carolina, all pesticide applicators are required to maintain
records or display information on their pesticide applications, and often,
under more than one regulation.