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Public Health Pest Control (09) FlipBook


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Anyone making pesticide applications for outdoor vector control on behalf of villages, towns, cities, or any other political subdivision of the state must be licensed when applying general use and restricted use pesticides. Topics include control of disease vectors and pests of medical or public health importance such as mosquitoes, ticks, rodents, and flies (in public landfills), in or on medical and veterinary instruments, hospitals, nursing homes, swimming pools, food processing areas, and cooling towers. Content supplements information in Nebraska’s General Standards (00) core manual. Recertification and relicensing is required every 3 years for both this category and General Standards.


  • This 108-page text-based material has color photos, illustrations, and diagrams.
  • It requires a computer with internet access.
  • Access is given for 1 year, available immediately upon purchase.
  • Stored on a server, it is not downloadable to a personal computer or device.
  • This contains video clips of Extension training to supplement text.
  • It is good for those who like text, and like to hear and see images (video) to supplement text.
  • It is best for those who learn by reading, and has video reinforcement.
  • Animation includes pages flipping as you move to the next page.


Price $50.00