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Contact
Laura Vollor, Deputy Director

 

P.O. Box 5207
Mississippi State, MS 39762

 

Telephone: 662.325.5561
Fax: 662.325.8397

IF AN AERIAL APPLICATOR TAKES AN EXAM AND FAILS THE EXAM, THE AERIAL APPLICATOR MUST WAIT A MINIMUM OF TWO WEEKS BEFORE RETAKING THE EXAM. THE PASSING SCORE FOR ALL EXAMS IS 70%.

Two exams are required for a pilot's initial licensing:

  • The General Standards exam, which covers the basic knowledge about pesticide use for commercial applicators as required by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act of 1972.

  • The Aerial Application (Category 11) exam covers the basic knowledge concerning the application of pesticides by aircraft.

For information and study materials for the Aerial Exams, send your request to:

CMREC
Attn: Elmo Collum
1320 Seven Springs Rd
Raymond, MS 39154
e-mail: Elmo Collum (elmoc@ext.msstate.edu)
601-857-2284

Make checks payable to CMREC.

The General Standards booklet is $5.00. The cost for the Specific Standards (Aerial Application) Category 11 is $15.00 per copy.

Agricultural Aviation has reciprocal agreements with several states concerning certification. If you have tested in one of these states, you may not have to test in Mississippi. Please keep in mind that pilots have to do some type of recertification each year. You may contact the main office at (662) 325-3390 for further information.