The Pesticide Control Program protects public health and the environment through regulation of pesticide use, sale, and distribution in Alaska.
*For complaints regarding pesticides, please see our How to Report a Pesticide Problem fact sheet or contact us at 800-478-2577 (in state).
Pesticide products must be registered with us to be sold in the State. This includes pesticides bought through the Internet. You can use the Search below to see if a product is currently registered.
Permits & IPM
EPA Seeking Public Comments:
EPA is proposing changes to the agricultural Worker Protection Standard (WPS) to protect farm workers from harmful pesticide exposure. You can read more about this proposal and how to comment at Proposed Agricultural Worker Standard. The deadline for public comments is June 17, 2014.
To determine whether your pesticide project requires a permit or an IPM Plan, see our Requirements page.
Many uses of pesticides require the applicator to be certified and licensed with the State. For more information, please see our Certification and Training page.
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- What to Do If You Have Bed Bugs
- Get Rid of Those Bed Bugs Video (Virginia Tech University)
- Bed Bug Bombs - BUSTED! (Pest Control Technology magazine)
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- Bed Bug Information (EPA)
- Bed Bug Fact Sheet (AHSS)
- Bed Bug Control in US (CDC)
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