The Bureau of Agrichemical Management oversees regulation of pesticides; fertilizers, soil additives, and lime; and animal feeds, including pet food.
The Bureau's pesticides responsibility includes certifying and licensing pesticide applicators; licensing businesses that manufacture, sell or apply pesticides; operating the Landscape Pesticide Notification Registry; administering agrichemical storage and spill laws; funding some Clean Sweep hazardous waste and prescription drug collections; and enforcing the Worker Protection Standard and other pesticide, feed and fertilizer laws.
Its fertilizer responsibilities include licensing the manufacture and distribution of fertilizers; distribution of soil and plant additives and lime; and regulation of fertilizer labeling.
Feed authority includes licensing manufacture, labeling and distribution of livestock feed and pet food; and issuing certificates of free sale for feed exports.
Fertilizer, Soil and Plant Additive, and Lime Licensing
Integrated Pest Management in Public Schools
Landscape Pesticide Registry
Lawn Care Services
Pesticide Certification and Licensing
Pesticide and Fertilizer Spills
Pesticide Fertilizer Storage
Worker Protection Standard