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Would you like more information on Private Pesticide Applicators License?
Check out this link: PARP Web site
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Reciprocal Permits with Neighboring States
Private pesticide applicators in Indiana that purchase and/or apply restricted use pesticides in another state must also obtain pesticide certification in that state. Indiana has reciprocal agreements with Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Kentucky. Generally the State Department of Agriculture will need to be contacted. Refer to the contact list below for more information
Certified private applicators that live in adjacent states can apply for reciprocity with Indiana. Reciprocity exempts that applicator from taking Indiana exams, but does NOT exempt a person from the Indiana private applicator certification.The Indiana permit can be obtained (without additional exams), by clicking here. Remember to complete the "Reciprocity" section of the form and enclose the appropriate fees. Attending recertification programs (PARPs) in Indiana is not required.
There are no reciprocal agreements for Category 14 certification
A private applicator should contact Illinois Department of Agriculture 217-785-2427
I have a commercial pesticide license and also farm part-time. Do I need a private applicator permit also?
Usually, yes. The commercial license most likely is issued in the name of a business. You need a private applicator permit in your name to purchase and apply restricted-use pesticides to your property. Although you need both, you only need to accumulate the CCH's for your commercial license. You will not have to attend programs for both the commercial and private certification. On your private applicator renewal form, you must note that you are renewing it on basis of your commercial license--CA#. For specific questions call the Office of the Indiana State Chemist, 800-893-6637.
Reciprocity from Indiana PARP License to Illinois fill out this form and submit as required.