A list with links to Tulare County Ordinances, Ca DPR Regulations and CDFA Laws pertaining to bees, apiaries, and honey.
Summary of Tulare County Bee Regulations and Department of Food and Ag Apiary Laws.
Information from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation regarding which pesticides are considered "Restricted", which ones require a permit, and what products are exempt. Also information regarding certification relative to permits.
An information packet for Farm Labor Contractors and growers who have employees who perform cultural activities in a field (orchard, grove, vineyard, etc.). The A-9, Pesticide Safety Rules for Farmworkers (English) &/or A-9 Reglas de Seguridad de Pesticidas Para los Trabajdores de Agricola (Spanish), and Fieldworker Safety Training Record should also be downloaded by anyone who has fieldworkers. (note that the information on the A-9's has not been updated as of 1/1/17 to comply with the new regulations)
NEW REGULATIONS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017 Additional Information may be found at the California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Worker Protection Program
Definition and partial list of Carbamate and Organophosphate Pesticides. Mandatory blood tests are required for persons handling Category I and II (Danger / Warning) organophosphates or carbamates for more than six (6) days within any thirty (30) day period. Additional information regarding the laws and regulations and required blood work when using organophosphates and carbamates may be found in the Pesticide Worker Safety Packet (PDF)
A PDF format information packet summarizing the requirements and responsibilities, including laws, regulations, and definitions, for Pest Control Advisors and Pest Control Recommendations. Please contact the Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner 559-684-3352, or visit the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for the most up-to-date information.
A PDF format information packet for Pest Control Business Operators (PCB) summarizing the requirements and responsibilities, including laws, regulations, and definitions. Please contact the Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner, 559-684-3352, or visit the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for the most up-to-date information.
A PDF format information packet for Pest Control Pilots summarizing the requirements and responsibilities, including laws, regulations, and definitions.
An information packet for employers with employees that handle pesticides. Includes information on Respiratory Training requirements and forms for the Employer's Written Training Program, Medical Supervision Written Agreement, and the Employee Pesticide Safety Training Record (English and Spanish). The A-8, Safety Rules for Pesticide Handlers on Farms (English) and the A-8, Reglas de Seguridad para el Manejo de Pesticidas (Spanish) should also be downloaded by anyone who has pesticides workers. Please note that the A-8 has not been updated as of January 1, 207 to reflect changes in Worker Protection Standards regulations.