STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19

KDA offices are open to the public, with the following practices in place to protect the health of staff and visitors. 

  • All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings in public areas of the building.
  • Social distancing should be maintained while in the building.
  • Many meetings continue to be held as online meetings or conference calls.

Pesticide and Fertilizer Program

If you suspect that a pesticide has been misused (including herbicide drift), 
please visit our online Pesticide Complaint Form.


For any other pesticide & fertilizer program questions or help,
please call 785-564-6688

Our goal is compliance with Kansas statutes and regulations governing products that are used to control pests or to enhance plant growth. We strive to achieve our goal through compliance assistance and outreach education; complaint investigation; and monitoring inspections. Our program covers the following laws:


** Fees will change July 1, 2019. New fees are as follows:
2018-2019 Pesticide and Fertilizer Fees

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To legally apply any pesticide (even lawn fertilizers with herbicides) for compensation, you must have a Kansas pesticide business license and at least one employee with a Kansas commercial pesticide applicator certification in the appropriate category.

To legally sell any pesticide product, you must have a Kansas pesticide dealer registration and the pesticide product(s) must be registered in Kansas by the manufacturer. In general, all pesticide products must be sold in the unopened, original container with intact labeling. There are exceptions, so give us a call at (785) 564-6688 if you have any questions.

To legally sell a fertilizer product or soil amendment, the product must be registered in Kansas. In addition, tonnage fees are assessed on fertilizers based on the amount of product sold to Kansas locations.

To legally apply anything other than water through an irrigation system, requires a chemigation permit for the well(s) and at least one individual with a Kansas chemigation equipment operator authorization.

Any entity (business or individual) storing bulk pesticide(s) or bulk fertilizer(s) in Kansas must comply with our secondary containment laws.

If you suspect that a pesticide has been misused (including herbicide drift), 
please visit our online Pesticide Complaint Form.


For any other pesticide & fertilizer program questions or help,
please call (785) 564-6688