Pesticide Applicator Training
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Fruit Crops 112/113

A. Printed Manual: FRUIT CROPS (Private)
Contact your County Extension office to schedule a certification exam. Printed manuals are shipped via UPS. Your training certificate will be the first page of your manual. This will need to be presented to your proctor when submitting the test.

8TH ED PRIVATE: $30.00 (CAT 112) Add to Cart

Z. Online Test for Temporary Certification

NEWS RELEASE: If you are recertifying and your certification ended after Jan 31, 2020 - it has been extended to Dec 31, 2021.

This online test provides a temporary certification that expires on Dec 31, 2021.

Category 112/113, Private Fruit Crop Pest Control has an online certification test available.

You must have purchased the training fee with book from your Extension County Office or item A above before you can register for a test. You will have to provide the 6-numbered UW PAT number, found on the tear out Training Registration Form in your manual before getting access to the test.

You will need a functional email address to continue.

Once you have filled the online form out and submitted, you will receive an email a few days before the start of the month. You will have access till the end of the month you selected.

If you are a recertifying applicator you will have to enter your certification number into the test. If you can¿t read your certification card, you may be able to look yourself up HERE.

If you have never been certified before you will have to either call DATCP at 608-224-4548 or download the following FORM and mail it in to DATCP at the address provided at the top of the form to provide your Social Security Number. This is required by State Law before certification can be issued. Do not send it to the University of Wisconsin.


There is no charge for the test.


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University of Wisconsin - Extension / Department of Agronomy
1575 Linden Drive / Madison, WI 53706
608-262-7588 ~ Fax 608-262-5217