This information is for QAL, QAC, PCA and PAC license and certificate holders. The Napa County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office does not endorse or offer any opinion as to the value of these services. DPR offers a list of classes available in the state.
Pesticide Container Recycling
Pesticide Use Near School Sites
Sulfur Dioxide Use in Wineries
Pesticide Alternatives and Other Information
What is IPM?
Alternatives to pesticides
What you should know about pesticides
Guidance to Protect Habitat from Pesticide Contamination
Press UC IPM Educational Program: Pesticide Resistance
Paid Sites: PestNetwork.com Pest
Education.com American Institute of Pesticide Training P & L Marketing Inc.
For a comprehensive database of agricultural pesticides applied in Napa County visit the California Department of Pesticide Regulation Pesticide Use Reporting page. Select desired year to begin query; results are indexed by agricultural commodity or by chemical name.