State of New Mexico Department of Agriculture

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Recertification

For more information about recertification in New Mexico contact:

Lindsay Thomen

New Mexico Dept. of Agriculture

(575) 646-4837

lthomen@nmda.nmsu.edu

Continuing Education

Each CEU is $15.00.

The following courses and appropriate CEU credits have been approved by the New Mexico of Agriculture.

  • Beetles that Attack Wood: Identifying Beetles That Will Reinfest – 1 Termite
  • Beetles that Attack Wood: Identifying Beetles That Will Not Reinfest – 1 Termite
  • The Eastern Subterranean Termite – 1 Termite
  • Environmental Protection – 1 Gen
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Its Role in Pesticide Application – 1 Gen
  • Facets of IPM in Field Crops – 1 Gen
  • Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) – 1 Gen
  • Fleas Life Cycle, Habits, and Control – 1 Gen
  • Grasshoppers on Pastures and Rangeland – 1 Gen
  • Greenbug – 1 Gen
  • Identifying Cockroaches In and Around the Home – 1 Gen
  • Insect Pests That Attack Cotton – The Boll Weevil – 1 Gen
  • Insect Pests That Attack Cotton – The Cotton Fleahopper – 1 Gen
  • Life History and Habits of Carpenter Ants – 1 Termite
  • Managing Pesticide Drift – 1 Gen
  • Pesticide Applicator Safety – 1 Gen
  • Pesticide Families – 1 Gen
  • Principles of IPM in Field Crops – 1 Gen
  • Principles of Pest Control on Lawn and Turf – 1 Gen
  • Recognition and Control of Some Small Vertebrate Pests Small Mammals – 1 Gen
  • Sorghum Midge – 1 Gen
  • Sucking Pests of Ornamental Shrubs – 1 Gen