The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) and the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) entered into an agreement in 1975 to
maintain a comprehensive pesticide enforcement, surveillance, sampling, and
pesticide laboratory analysis program and to certify individuals who use or
supervise the use of restricted use pesticides. The Chemistry Lab is
responsible for all fertilizer and pesticide registration for products that
will be sold in the state.
of the Environmental Services Branch are:
human health and the environment from the adverse effects of pests and pesticides.
that pesticides remain available as a valuable tool in an integrated approach
to pest management.
professionalism within the industry