Welcome to the Pesticide Management Education Program (PMEP) web site. PMEP promotes the safe use of pesticides for the applicator, the consumer, and the environment, and also serves as a pesticide information/education center for those interested in pesticide chemicals.

Please note that some of our information may be 'dated' and no longer applicable at this time; it is displayed for historical purposes only.

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Pesticide Mailing List
Subscribe to the PMEP mailing list and get the latest pesticide information delivered directly via e-mail.

The archives of Chem-News, PMEP's pesticide newsletter that was issued prior to the development of this website.

Chemical Information
Information on pesticide active ingredients, including:
Pesticide Applicator Certification
Resources for the pesticide applicator, the recertification course calendar and an Online Course Sponsorship Application Form.

Pesticide Issues
Frequently asked questions and recurring issues regarding pesticides.

Fact Sheets/Slide Sets/Self-Study Tutorial
Subject matter related to various pesticide topics in fact sheet, slide set, and self-study tutorial formats.

Pesticide Regulations, Registrations, and Reporting
Federal & New York State regulations, including:
Pesticide Use Information for New York State
New York State pesticide use surveys, Crop Profiles, and related information.

IR-4 Minor Use Program
Information on the IR-4 program; pesticide registration for minor crops.

Cornell Pesticide Policies
Policies and fact sheets relating to the use of pesticides by Cornell faculty, staff, and Cornell Cooperative Extension educators.

External Links
Noteworthy sites containing pesticide related information.

Do you have a question for our staff? Contact information is here.

Disclaimer: Please read the pesticide label prior to use. The information contained at this web site is not a substitute for a pesticide label. Trade names used herein are for convenience only; no endorsement of products is intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products implied. Most of this information is historical in nature and may no longer be applicable.