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Aerial Application Regulations

Agrichemical Containment Regulations

Click the document below for the Part 255 Illinois Department of Agriculture containment regulations for the bulk storage and handling of fertilizers and pesticides for commercial, non-commercial and on-farm facilities.  

Calculate Pesticide Storage Tank Buoyancy

IDA Extends Dicamba Application to July 15

The Illinois Department of Agriculture announced they will be extending the application of dicamba to soybean to July 15, 2019.  The previous cut-off date was June 30, 2019.  To read the IDA's statement on this decision, click here.     IDA met last week with ag groups, including IFCA, to discuss the unprecedented late planting season.  At the meeting we discussed how the reasons for having a June 30 cut-off still remain, namely:  1) to reduce the number of complaints; 2) to further protect sensitive crops and areas, especially trees, orchards etc. from dicamba exposure; and 3) to be proactive and address the ...

If a Farmer Owns A Minibulk

We've been getting calls asking how the new USEPA rules apply to farmers who own their own minibulks.  If this is the case, and the farmer asks you to refill their minibulk, the minibulk must meet all the requirements of the new rule including:  it must be a DOT approved package, the tank must be on the registrant's approved list of packages, it must have a unique identification number, contain one-way valves or tamper evident devices, and retesting is required every 2.5 years from date of manufacture. The tank must also be properly labeled for the product ...

Illinois Dept of Ag Announces Special Local Needs Dicamba Labels for 2020

Today, the Illinois Department of Agriculture announced a 24c Special Local Needs (SLN) label for the four dicamba products labeled for 2020 soybean growing season:  Engenia, FeXapan, Tavium, and Xtendimax.  Each label now spells out additional requirements for application in Illinois, as follows:   DO NOT apply this product if the air temperature at the field at the time of application is over 85 degrees Fahrenheit or if the National Weather Service’s forecasted high temperature for the nearest available location for the day of application exceeds 85 degrees Fahrenheit. (Local National Weather Service forecast are available at https://www....

Illinois Pesticide Act

Click the heading to view the Illinois Pesticide Act.

Illinois Pesticide Act Penalties

This document outlines the penalty process and the various fines for violations of the Illinois Pesticide Act.  

Information on NPDES Pesticide Permit for Application to Water

Click on the heading to access the instructions for getting a NPDES pesticide permit from Illinois EPA.   

Land Application Program Rules (Part 258)

Minibulk Testing

Pesticide License Training & Testing

Click on the heading to see the schedule of training and testing. 

Portable Fillable Containers or Service Containers?

Click the heading above for a chart that explains the difference between a "service container" and a "Portable Refillable Container."

Tier II & PPR Due March 1

Tier II chemical inventory reports and Pesticide Production reports are always due on March 1 of each year.  On the Pesticide Production report, even if you don't have any repack gallons to report, you must report "0 gallons."  Contact IFCA for assistance.  

Worker Protection Standard - How to Comply

Click below for resources on how to comply with the WPS which was initially effective on January 2, 2017 but has been temporarily delayed.  This regulation applies to ag retailers who employ handlers of pesticides.  

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