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General Background Information

The use of pesticides in North Dakota is based upon federal law--the Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act or FIFRA, and state law--the North Dakota Pesticide Act. The federal government through the U.S. EPA delegates authority to implement these laws to the states.

In North Dakota, the Department of Agriculture (NDDA) is charged with enforcement responsibilities while general policy decisions are left up to the North Dakota Pesticide Control Board. Finally, pesticide applicators and dealers may also be subject to regulation through the:

ND Century Codes and Administrative Rules Which Involve the Use and or Sale of Pesticides

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Documents updated as of February 2008. The official version can be found at the ND Legislative Branch Information Center
ND Century Codes 4.35-- Pesticide Act
ND Century Codes 4.35.1--Chemigation
ND Century Codes 19.18.01-- Pesticide Registration
ND Century Codes 23.33--Ground Water Protection
ND Century Codes 2.05--Aeronautics
ND Administrative Rules 60.01--Pesticide Control Board
ND Administrative Rules 60.03--Pesticides
ND Administrative Rules 60.03.7-10--Chemigation

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