A chemigation license is required for both private applicators and professional applicators if you plan to chemigate with any type of fertilizer or pesticide.  This module will prepare you for the Idaho State Department of Agriculture Chemigation Exam.  It is recommended that you read the Idaho Chemigation Training Manual in addition to watching this module.  Some exam questions will also be based on information in the Idaho Pesticide Applicator Training Manual.

You should expect to spend about 60 minutes in this course. Several topics covered are: Idaho’s laws, rules and requirements; sources of water back flow; back flow prevention; chemical injectors and tanks; field topography, soils, and chemical leaching; pesticide label requirements; and calculating field size and application rates. When you are finished listening to the course, you will be able to print a certificate with your name and date completed.

If you have questions related to this course, please email: rhirnyck@uidaho.edu, Extension Pesticide Coordinator, University of Idaho Pest Management Program.

You can visit our website at https://www.uidaho.edu/extension/ipm.



Test Sandbox for NPSEC.

The audience for this course is: Individuals who are preparing to test for the Idaho pesticide applicators certification, private applicators and professional applicators who want to test for the Law and Safety category.

By taking this course, students will learn: To prepare individuals who are testing for the Idaho Private Applicator and Professional Applicator Law and Safety certifications.

For more information please contact: Ronda Hirnyck rhirnyck@uidaho.edu.

NOTE: The fee for this course is usually $90.00 “But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and financial hardships, the University of Idaho Pesticide Safety Education Program would like to provide our 8 module e-learning course through December 31, 2020.  You still need to log in with a user name and password, but there will be no charge to you.”




The audience for this course is urban pesticide applicators, Master Gardeners and other state extension educators.

Students will learn to calculate pesticide applications using real equipment calibration examples.

By the end of the series, you will be able to:
•       Calculate basic pesticide math.
•       Calibrate yourself to your equipment.
•       Calculate pesticide applications.

These courses are built for a desktop computer.

For more information, please contact Kimberly Tate University of Idaho Extension, Associate Sr. Instructor by email at cals-ipm@uidaho.edu.

The Idaho Master Gardener Pesticide Policy module addresses the Idaho Master Gardener Pesticide policy. The learner will understand the university pesticide policy instructions and how it relates to making pesticide recommendations. For more information contact: Kimberly Tate, Associate Extension Instructor for the University of Idaho Extension Pest Management Program at ktate@uidaho.edu.