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Get ready for new rodent control stewardship changes

17 March 2016

Farmers and growers using anticoagulant rodenticide products in their operations will need to be trained and certified as competent in their use under new rules which start to be phased in from April this year.

Anyone wishing to purchase anticoagulant rodenticides in more than amateur pack sizes will soon require a certificate of competence to do so. Members of some approved farm assurance schemes have additional time to obtain certification, while those choosing not to complete training can always use a professional pest controller.

Source: FG Insight

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