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Licensed Pesticide Dealer Recordkeeping FAQs | South Dakota Department of Agriculture

Licensed Pesticide Dealer Recordkeeping FAQs

What Are My Responsibilities as a Licensed Pesticide Dealer?

Restricted Use Pesticides may only be sold to certified applicators. If a Restricted Use Pesticide is to be received by someone other than a certified applicator, the certified applicator must provide written permission for the person to receive the pesticide on his or her behalf.

Licensed Pesticide Dealers are required to keep records of all Restricted Use Pesticide sales. Records must include:

  • Dealers Name and Address
  • Dealers License Number
  • Name and Address of the Certified Applicator or
  • Certification Number or License Number of the Certified Applicator
  • Date of Sale
  • Trade Name of Pesticide
  • EPA Registration Number of Pesticide
  • Quantity Sold.

If a restricted-use pesticide was received by someone other than a certified applicator, a copy of the permission notice must be attached to the record. Records must be retained by the Licensed Pesticide Dealer for at least three (3) years and must make these records available to the Department of Agriculture upon request.

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