Section 921.08 | [Repealed effective 12/29/2023 by S.B. 131, 134th General Assembly] Licensing of nonresident applicators and operators.
Nonresident commercial applicators and nonresident private applicators who are licensed in another state having a state plan approved by the United States environmental protection agency to operate in certain pesticide-use categories may be issued a license by the director of agriculture covering the same categories in this state without a pesticide-use category examination. However, such nonresidents may be required to demonstrate their knowledge of this chapter and rules adopted under it by submitting themselves to an examination covering this chapter and those rules. Licenses issued pursuant to this section may be suspended or revoked in the same manner as other licenses issued pursuant to this chapter, or upon suspension or revocation of the license of another state or the federal government supporting the issuance of a license issued under this section.
Last updated March 14, 2023 at 4:24 PM
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- July 1, 2004 – Amended by Senate Bill 217 - 124th General Assembly [ View July 1, 2004 Version ]